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"Blue ana. Qta\j
'TpHE Class of 1933 has compiled this volume of
the "Blue and Gray" with the purpose of set-
ting forth, in a tangible form, a record of our Alma
Mater, Washington-Lee and the activities in which
we have participated during the past year.
The staff takes this opportunity to extend its
heartfelt thanks to the Mesdames Ransom, Har-
baugh, Turner, and Mr. Christie, without whose
guidance this publication could never have come
This year has been an extremely difficult one,
financially, for many of us — therefore we offer our
most sincere token of appreciation to all of you —
students, parents, and patrons; who by your kind
co-operation have made possible this edition of the
"Blue and Gray."
"Service" is the watchword of our class; and if
within this volume you find lasting pleasure in re-
calling these, the happiest days of your life — then
our noble attempt to serve you has not been in vain.
THE BLUE AND QRA1]
The Senior Class
IDashington^Lee High School
'-pHE Senior Class of Washington-Lee High
School, do very respectfully dedicate this, the
1933 edition of the "Blue and Gray" to Lieutenant-
Colonel C. S. McNeill, in appreciation of work so
faithfully accomplished, developing and maintaining
the Cadet Corps of this school; and in creating a
reputation for this body as an efficiently managed
and well drilled organization; both among the stu-
dent body and patrons of the school.
Lieutenant-Colonel C. S. McNeill
Mrs. Ruby Simpson
Superintendent of Schools
Ion n M. Stew vri
Aki IKK E. \\ [LSON
C. S. McNeill
Mk. S. P. \ anderslice Principal and Supervisor
Mrs. Frances C. Bell
Vice-Principal and 1 1 cad of Foreign Language Department
Colonel C. S. McNeill / 'ice-Principal and P. .1/. S. T.
Mrs. Marie Malott Head of English Department
Mr. Claude M. Rk hmond. . .Head of Mathematics Department
Mk. Lloyd M< Cord Head of Social Science Department
Mr. Thomas H. Christie Head of Science Department
Mr. J. Crickton Lewter Head of Commercial Department
Mr. C. W. Albee I lead of Vocational Training Department
Miss Corai.ii Greenaway
1 1 cad of Home Economics Department
Miss I I ii.oa n Brauer Head of . Irt Department
Miss Floreni i: Booker Head of Music Department
Mr. W. A. Richardson
1 1 cad of Physical Education Department
Miss Betsy Price Librarian
Mr. ( ). L. I >river Coach
Mr. L. S. Yasski.i Instructor of Hand
Mrs. [ennefer Broaddus Supervisor of Cafeteria
Miss Dorothy Veitch Clerk
FRANCES C BELL
Head of Foreign Language Dept
Head of Mathematics Dept.
Heod of Sociol Science Dept.
Heod of English Dept.
Heod of Science Dept.
C W. ALBEE
Head of Vocational Training Dept
CORAL1E GREENAWAY BETSY PRICE
Head of Domestic Science Dept, Librarian
W A RICHARDSON
Heod of Physical Educotionoi Dept
Head of Commercial Dept.
FLORENCE BOOKER H1LDAH BRAUER
Heod of Music Dept. Head of Art Dept.
O. L. DRIVER
MRS JENNIFER BROADDUS
Supervisor of Cofe+eria
MAM YE TURNER
SALLIE B LOVING
MARGARET PEED E. E VAN METER
Social Science Social Science
MABEL R ALLEN
MARYM.ALDHI2ER SADIE WILLIAMS EVA HARBAUGH
Foreign Lonquaqe Science Commercial
MRS ELLEN CORCORAN
MAE BROWN KATHRYN FIREBAUGH
Physical Education Domestic Science
IVY W RANSOM MAUD ORNDORFF LELAND WILLIAMS
English English English
JULIA TROLAND KATHARINE RUCKER KATHRYN DINGES
English English English
TO.JONES EMILY CARTER SAUNDERS ELMER LUCAS
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
MARGARET JOHNSON PARKS FIELDING C.W.WARNER
Mathematics Mathemotics Science
F Is for Faithful and Faculty loo,
A Stands for Ambition to see us through.
C Is for Courage to face the years,
U Stands for Us that drive you to tears.
L Is for Love that we hold for vmi,
T Stands for Teachers so loyal and true.
Y Is for Your school where our hearts will be
Whenever we think of dear Washington-Lee.
"A brief summary" Air. 1 )river
"It's possible" Mr. Christie
"Now, notice" Mr. [ones
"In the west" Mr. McCord
"Pla-eeze, people" Mrs. Malott
"There will be detention today" .Miss Firebaugh
"... a test every time you talk" Miss Smethie
"What's the theorem?" Mr. Jones
"More or less" Mr. Driver
"This class never was like this before" Miss Aldhizer
"If you have anything to say, say it to my face" Miss Wheeler
"It's like this" Mr. Lucas
"It pays to work hard" Mrs. Ransom
"Yes, "l h huh!" Mr. Williams
"You are here for your own good" Mr. Richmond
"( )oh, ( roodness !" Miss Allen
DID YOU EVER SEE?
1 . Mr. Vanderslice when he wasn't over-rushed for time.
2. Mrs. Bell when she wasn't needed.
3. Col. McNeill when he wasn't on some cadet's trail.
4. Miss Troland have a brilliant English class.
5. Mrs. Ransom lack complete understanding.
(>. Miss ( )rndoff without several problem pupils.
7. Mr. Christie when he wasn't brutally frank.
8. Miss Harbaugh when she wasn't busy.
9. Mrs. Corcoran's brown eyes flash.
10. Mr. Driver fail to be quiet and gentlemanly.
11 . Miss Loving when she was thinner.
12. Mrs. Malott when she was rested.
13. Miss Turner's blue eyes flash.
14. Miss Aldhizer fail to enjoy French.
15. Mr. Williams when he wasn't practicing for Chapel.
16. Miss Allen when she was stout.
17. Mr. Lucas when he wasn't gentle.
18. Mr. I .ew ter w hen he wasn't worrying.
"May the achievements of the future rival the traditions of the past."
CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER
Green and \\ hite White Rose
Robert Simpson President
Gordon Singhas / 'ice-President
Eloisk Sl'XDEKMAN Secretary
Ruth Yatks Treasurer
J. T. Wallace Sergeant-at-Arms
ROBERT LEE SIMPSON
I 'resident Senior (lass '3i; Spanish Club
'31-'33; Cadets '30; Glee Club '30-*31; Ath-
letic Association '30-'32; W-L Club '31-'32;
Basketball Squad '30-'31; Football Squad
'30-'31; Oratorical Club '32; Sergeant-at-
Arms Junior Class '32; Editor-in-Chief of
The General Nezvs '32.
Vice-President Senior Class '33; Science
Club '30-'33; Football '30-'33; Track '30-'33;
Rifle Team '32, '33; (dee Club '30-'32;
Spanish Club '32; Cadets '30, First Lieuten-
ant '30; Dramatic '30, '33; W-L Club 30-
'33; Athletic Association '30-'32.
Secretary Senior (lass '33; (dee Club '30;
French Club '32; Athletic Association '30-
'33; Tennis Club '32; Military Science Club
'32; Military Science Club '33; Society Ed-
itor General Netvs '32; Hiking '33; Girls
Basketball '30-'33 ; Cadet Auxiliary '30-'33,
Captain Company I '33.
Treasury Senior (lass '33; Girls Auxil-
iary '31-'33; Commercial Club '31; Kodak
Club '32; Tumbling Squad '30; Cadet
Vaudeville '32; Military Science '33
JOSEPH T. WALLACE
Sergeant-at-Arms Senior (lass '33; Foot-
ball Manager '33; Basketball '30-'33; Base-
ball '30-'33; Glee Club '31; W-L Club '30-
'33 ; Athletic Association '30-'33.
DOROTHY VIOLA ALFORD
Business High School '30, '31 ; W-L Com-
mercial Club '32, '33; Girl Reserves '33;
Athletic Association '33.
DORIS M.I. ARD
Tumbling Team '30-'33; Spanish Club '32,
'33; Dramatic Club '32; Hiking Club '32;
Track '31; Basketball '31, '32; Athletic As-
sociation '31-'33; Glee Club '33.
ELIZABETH CAMILLE ANSTINE
Latin Club '31; Hiking Club '31, '33;
French Club '32, '33; Athletic Association
Cadet Band '31-'33; Spanish Club '31-*32;
Glee Club '31-'32; Orchestra "33.
JEAN C. BALDWIN
Athletic Association '30-'33; Girl's Auxil-
iary '31-'33; Sergeant '33.
FRANK L. BALL, JR.
President Students Association '33; Ath-
letic Association '30-'33; Home Room Coun-
cil Representative '32; W.-L. Club '32, '33;
Football '30-'33; Track '30-'33 ; Basketball
'30; Cadets '27-'33; Captain "B" Company
'33; Cadet Rifle Team '29-*33.
DOROTHY JUANITA BEACH
Commercial Club '30; Glee Club '31;
(.iris' Auxiliary '31-'33; Girl Reserves '33;
Athletic Association '32, '33; Journalism
Club '32, '33.
Athletic Association "3()-'33 ; Girls' Auxil-
iary '30- '33; French Club '32; Tennis Club
'32; Latin Club '30.
Athletic Association '33; Commercial Club
"31 ; I Iramatic Club '32, '33 ; Girl's Auxiliary
'31, '32; Basketball '32; Hockey Team '32;
Tumbling Squad '30-'33.
Art Club '3(1; Girl's Auxiliary '31, '32;
Nature Lovers' Club '32; Girl Reserves '33;
Athletic Association '32, '33; Commercial
Club '32, '33.
LILLIAN ELIZABETH BOSWELL
Cary High School, N. C. ; Literals So-
ciety '30-'32; Glee Club '31. '32; Basketball
'30, '32; Dramatic Club '32; Home Eco-
nomics Club '31, '32; W'.-L. Girl's Auxiliary
'33; Hockej '33; Hiking Club '33; Girl Re-
serves '33; Glee Club '33; Athletic Associ-
Cadet '29-'33; Lieutenant '33; Spanish
HELEN LOUISE BRAGG
Dramatics '30-'33; Glee Club '31, '32;
Girl Cadets '31-'33; Military Science Club
'32, '33; Staff General News '32; Athletic
MILDRED ESTELLE BREITENB U'H
Glee Club '32, '33; History Club '30; Bas-
ketball '30; Science Club '30; Athletic As-
sociation '33; Student Council Home Room
\\ II. 1.1AM \\ A.DE BROMWELL
Athletic Association '30, '33; Cadets '29,
'30; Baseball '32, '33; Track '31; Football
'33; Radio Club '30; First Aid Club '31;
lotirnalism Club '32; Staff Cross Sabers
DORIS M. BRUNS
Fencing Club '30, '33; French Club '31;
Basketball '32, '33; Athletic Association '30-
'33; Dramatic Club '32, '33; Latin Club '30.
Meno High School, X. D. ; Glee Club '31 ;
W.-L. Commercial Club '33; Athletic Asso-
ciation '33; Girl Reserves '33; Girl Cadets
'33; Hiking Club '33.
George Mason High School; Girl Re-
serves '30; Lane High School, Charlottes
ville; (dee Club '31 ; W.-L. (dee Club '33.
W. OTIS BUNCH
Football '30, '33; Basketball '31-'33; Base-
ball '30-'33; Track '32, '33; Cadets '28-'31
Rifle Team '31 ; Staff General News '32
Spanish Club '32; W.-L. Club '31-'33; Gle
Chili '31, '32.
Dalgren High School, \ a. ; Baseball '30-
'32; Basketball '30-'32; President of Junior
League '32; W.-L. Science Club '33; Ath-
letic Association '33.
GLADYS VIRGINIA BURROUGHS
Commercial Club '31 ; Girl Cadets '31-'33;
Second Lieutenant '33; Dramatic Club '32;
Domestic Science Club '31-'33; Basketball
'30, '31; Military Science Club '33; Athletic
(adits '27-'33; hirst Lieutenant '33; Base-
hall '31; Dramatic Club '30; Golf Team
'30-'33; Basketball 32; Military Science '32,
Girl Cadets '31-'33 ; Guide Sergeanl '33;
Commercial Club '30- '32; Government Club
'31 ; Cadet \ audeville '32.
(lirl Cadets '31-'33; Corporal '32; Glee
Club '30-'33; Cirl Reserves '33; Commercial
Club '32-'33; Typing Contest '31; Basket-
ball '31-'33; Tennis Club '32; Athletic Asso-
ciation '32, '33; Track '30, '31.
Spanish Club '31; Commercial Club '32;
Science Club '33; Basketball '30-'33.
Cadets '28-'33; Lieutenant '32, '33; Sam
Brown Club '32; President '33; Football
'30-'32; Spanish Club '32, '33.
MORTON C. COOK
Cadets '27-'33; Sergeant '32; Lieutenant
'33; Athletic Association '30- '33 ; French
Club '31, '32; Sam Brown Club '33; Military
Science Club '32, 33.
MARY JANE CROSON
Athletic Association '30-'33 ; Spanish Club
'30, '31 ; Dramatic Club '31, '32; Girl Cadets
'30-'33; Swimming '32; Annual Staff '33;
I 'lays '32.
PERKY BENJAMIN DANIEL
Athleitc Association '32, '33; Spanish Clul
RICHARD C. DARCEY
Spanish Club '32; Science Club '33; Stu-
dent Council '32; Athletic Association '30-
'33; Basketball '31-'33; Baseball '32; Gov-
ernment Study Club '32.
I.DWIN DAI I
journalism Club '30; Senior Science Club
JAMES RODERICK DEV\
Government Study Club '32; Track '30-
'33; Basketball '32; Football '33; Athletic
Association '33; Baseball '32.
MILDRED MAE DEWEY
Hiking Club '30; Tumbling Team '30-'32 ;
Track '30- '31 ; Basketball '30-'33; Commer-
cial Club '30; Domestic Science '32, '33;
President '33; Hockey '32; Girl Reserves
-33; Girl Cadets '30-'33; Corporal '33; Ath-
letic Association '33.
Fayetteville High School, Fayetteville,
Arkansas, '24, '30; Washington-Lee: Stamp
Club '32; Athletic Club '33; Vocational
\rts '.^2, '33.
Baseball '30; I (ramatic Clul
•X B. DODD
27-'33; Baseball '27-'33; Basket-
ball '27-32; Boxing '33; W-L Club '30-'33;
Oratorical Contest '2H-'33; Cadets '27-'33;
Lieutenant '32; Captain '33; Spanish Club
'27-'32; School paper '31; Staff '32; Editor-
in-Chief Crossed Sabres '33; Journalism
Club 32, '33; Dramatics '28-'29. "
Twenty- 1 lure
Glee Club '29- '31; Basketball '30; Hiking
Club '30-'33; Athletic Association '29, '30;
Girl Cadets '30- '33; Lieutenant '32, '33;
Military Science '33; Kodak Club '32.
DORIS LOUISE DDNGAN
Tumbling '30-'33; Latin Club '30, '31;
Spanish Club '32, '33; Basketball '30, '33;
Track '30, '31; Hockey '32; Dramatic Club
'32; Hiking '32; Athletic Association '31-
'33; Girl Cadets '31; Color Sergeant '33;
Glee Club '33; Cadet Vaudeville '32; Spring
Cadet Band '30-'33 ; Athletic Association
'30- '33; Orchestra '30-'33 ; Spanish Club '31,
Athletic Association '30; Commercial Clul
Current History Club '32; Spanish Clul
'32; Bible Study Club '33.
EDWARD HAMILTON FAUNTLEROY
Journalism '30; French Club 32, '33; Ca-
dets '32, '33; Military Science '33; Science
Dramatics '30; Latin Club '31 ; French
Club '31, '32; Science Club '32, '33.
JOSEPH CARROLL FRANCIS
Band '30- '33 ; Lieutenant '32; Assistant
Director '33; Orchestra '30-'33 ; Spanish
Club '30- '32; Boxing Team '32.
Hiking Club '30; Track '31; Basketball
'31; Commercial Club '31; Domestic Club
'32-'33 ; Secretary '32; Athletic Association
BERRYMAN FRANKLIN GOOD
Football '30-'33; Basketball '30- '33; Track
'31; W-L Club '31-'33; Athletic Association
Commercial Club '30- '33; Athletic Associ-
Secretary of Home Room Council '32;
Spring Play '32; Art Editor of Blue \nd
HAROLD M. (, Oil. UMAX. JR.
Dahlgren High School; Junior League
'30; Literary Club '30- '31 ; W-L Cadets '32-
'33; Military Science '33; Oratory Club '33;
French Club '32.
ELINOR FRANCES OR WIXOER
". I mil Minnie"
Girl Cadets '31-'33; Corporal '33; Latin
Club '31; Government Club '32; Spanish
Commercial Club '31-'33 ; Cadets '27-'33 ;
Lieutenant '33; Athletic Association '30-"33;
Home Room Council '33; Sam Brown Club
EUNICE LEON A GREEN
Commercial Club '31; Glee Club '30-'33;
(iirl Cadets '31-'33 ; Sergeant '33; Orator"
'32; Hiking Club '2,2; Track '30; Girl Re-
serves '33; Athletic Association '31-'33.
Girl Cadets '30-'33; Sergeant '33; Com-
mercial Club '30-'32; Secretary of Govern-
ment Club '31 ; Cadet Vaudeville '32.
Latin Club '31; French Club '32; Science
Club '33; Athletic Association '33.
AUDREY H ALU DAY
Athletic Association '30, 31, '33; Domestic
Science Club '30; Hiking Club '31; Gle<
Club '32-'33; Tumbling Squad '30-'33 ;
Hockey Club '32.
EARLE E. HARBAUGH
Athletic Association '30- '33; lournalism
'31 ; Science Club '32-'33.
VIRGINIA MAE HARRELL
Champaign High School, Illinois; Home
Economics Club '30; Dancing Club '30-'31 ;
Garden Club '31; W-L: Nature Club '32;
(dee Club '32- '33; Athletic Association '32-
'33; Girl Reserves '33.
Western High School; (dec (dub '30;
W-L; Football '31-'33; Track '31-'33; Glee
Club '32-'33; Tennis Club '32.
Eastern High School; Cadets '28-'30; Ex-
ecutive Council '30; W-L: (adit- '31 -'33;
First Lieutenant '33; Rifle Team '31-'33;
Orchestra '31-'33; Executive Council '31-
'33 ; Vi\ e- 1 'resident '33.
REBECCA PETTEY HENSLEY
Athletic Association '30-'33; Girl Cadets
'30-'33; Tumbling Squad '30-'33; Dramatic
Club '32; Track '30; Hockej '32; Hiking
'32; Tennnis (dub '32; Glee (dub '33; Com-
mercial (dub '30; Basketball '30.
EAR I. HITT
Commercial Club '31-'33.
Military Science '32-'33; Cadets "31-'33;
Sergeant '33; Science Club '32; Shop Club
Glee Club '32; Girl Cadets '30-'33; Lieu-
tenant '33; Basketball '30-'33; Hiking Club
'30; Hockey '33; Military Science '33; Blue
and Gray Staff '33; President of Mono-
gram Club '33.
Hiking Club '30; (dee Club '32-'33; Girl
Cadets '31-'33; Sergeant '33; Basketball '30-
'33; Hockey '33; Tumbling Squad '30; Ath-
letic Association '30- '33 ; Secretary-Treas-
urer of Monogram Club '33.
Girl Cadets '31-'33; Sergeant '33; Com-
mercial Club '30; Dramatic Club '33; Girl
SUSIE M. HUNTER
Literary Club '31 ; Athletic Association
'32- '33; Nature Club '32; Domestic Science
PAUL FRANKLIN INBODY
Spanish Club '32; Orchestra '32-'33; Gen-
erals Journal '32; Annual Board '32.
GLADYS ELIZABETH tVES
Basketball '30-'33; Girl Cadets '31-'33;
Athletic Association '30-'33 ; French Chili
'31-'33; Hockey Team '31-'32; Tennis Club
'32; Latin Club '30.
MARTHA EVELYN JENKINS
Dramatic Club '30; Commercial Club '31-
'33; Athletic Association '33.
ADA LOUISE JONES
Secretary Latin Club '31; French Club
'32-'33; Girl Cadets '31-'33; Sergeant '33;
Girl Reserves '33; Vthletic Association '33.
Hiking Club '3()-'32; Art Club '30-'32;
Secretary Spanish Club '30-'32; Girl Cadets
'32'33; Dramatic Club '32- '33.
Tumbling Squad '30- '33; Dramatic Club
'32; Uhletic Association '30, '32, '33; Hik-
ing Club '32; Commercial Club '30; Track
'31; Glee Club '33.
JAMES BRUCE KILGORE
Cadets '27-'33; Corporal '28; Sergeant
'29; Second Lieutenant '30; First Lieuten-
ant '31-'33; Football '30-'32; Glee Club '30;
W-L Club '31-'33; Athletic Association '30;
Land '30-'31; Sam Brown Club '30-'33.
ELEANOR MAY LILLY
Book and Magazine Club '33 ; Bible Study
ARTHUR VALENTINE KIRSCHNER
Spanish Club '31-'32; Glee Club '30; Na-
ture Club '31.
ELMO T. LEGG
Cadet Private '28; Corporal '29; Sergeant
'30-'31; Lieutenant '32; Captain '33; Glee
Club '31; President W-L Club '33; Track
'30-'33; Football '30-'33; Basketball '32-'33;
Vice-President Home Room Council '33;
Executive Council '31-'32; Circulation Man-
ager of Newspaper '33.
Basketball '30-'33; Tumbling Squad '30-
'31; Glee Club '31-'33; Journalism '30;
IL.ckey '32- '33; Athletic Association '30-
'33; Treasurer of Student Association '33;
Vice-Presidenl Monogram Club '33.
VIRGIN] \ \.\.Y LIPSCOMB
Glee Club '30-'31 ; Orchestra '29-'31 ;
Spanish Club '29; Athletic Association '29-
'31; School Pianist '32-'33.
Commercial Cluti '30-33,
EUGENIA M. LOWE
Christianshurg High School: Booster
Chili '3d; Domestic Club '31; Dramatic
Club '32; Junior Class Play '32; Junior
Class Business Manager '32; W-L: Dra-
matic Cluh '33.
CHARLES WILLI \M LUCAS
"(. annon Hall"
Athletic Association '32-'33 ; Spanish Cluh
'30- '32; Science Club '32-'33.
GRACE EVELYN LUSBY
Commercial Cluh '30; Basketball '30-'33 ;
Trace '30; Hiking Cluh '31; Government
Study '32; Bible Siu.lv '33; Girls Reserve
VIRGIN] \ LUSBY
Commercial Cluh '31; Stamp Cluh '32;
Bible Study Cluh '33.
Holy Cross Academy, Washington, I I, C. ;
Athletic Cluh '30-'32; Hiking Club '30-'31 ;
Journalism and Poetry '30-'32; W-L High
JOHN \l VHORNEY
Journalism Club '30-'31 ; French Club '32-
'33; Athletic Association '30.
MARGARET Kl.OISK MANSFIELD
Tumbling Team '30-'32; Athletic Associ-
ation '31-'33; Annual Understaff '32; Jour-
nalism Club '32 ; French Club '33; Commer-
cial Club '31 ; Cross Sabres Staff '33.
BERN \RD ELLSWORTHY MARCEY
Typing Club '31; Commercial Club '32;
First Aid '32-'33; Vice-President '32-'33.
Commercial Club '30, '33; Tumbling
Squad '30-'31; Dramatic Club '31; Kodak
t'luli '32; Athletic Association '33; Secre-
tary of Home Room '32; Annual Staff '33;
Track Team '30-'31.
GEORGE HENRY McCLOSKEY
Cadets '29- '31 ; Captain '30; Lieutenant-
Colonel '31; Commercial Club '30; loiirnal-
ism Club '33.
Commercial Club '30- '31 ; Cadet Auxiliary
'30-'31 ; Athletic Association '33; ( iirl Re-
serves '33; (dee Club '33
Central r 31-'32; Football '31-'32; W-L:
Baseball '33; Commercial Club '33 ; Cadets
Cadets '30-'32; Platoon Sergeant '33; Mil
itary Science '31-'33; Spanish Club '30-'33.
Hiking Club '30; President '33; Glee
Club '30-'33; President '32; Girls Auxiliary
'30-'33; Corporal '33; Athletic Association
'32-'33; History Club '30; W-L Shor Nite
'33; Basketball '30.
M \K MONEY
Dramatic Club '29; Commercial Club '32;
Secretary of Art Club '32; [ournalism Clul
Basketball '30-'31 ; W-L Club '30-'33; Glee
Club '30-'31 ; Tumbling Team '30-'31 ; Fenc-
ing '30-'31 ; ( iirls Auxiliary '31-'33 ; Sergeant
'32; First Lieutenant '33; Spanish Club,
Vice-President '32; Vaudeville '30- '33; Sec-
retary-Treasurer of Class of '32 ; Circula-
tion Manager of Blue and (ii<w '33; Cheer
Junior Editor of General News '32; Girls'
Auxiliary '31-'32; Commercial Club '31;
Athletic .Association '3i, '33; Journalism
Club '33; Dramatic Club '30; Annual Staff
Basketball '30; Glee Club '30-'31
matic Club '30, '52, '33; Girls Auxiliary '30-
'55; Guide Sergeant '55; Track '30; Ath-
letic Association '33; Track Team '30-'31.
French Club '31 -'32 ; Athletic Association
'30-'33; Science Club '33.
ANN ELIZABETH PARR
Athletic Association '30-'33 ; Girls Auxil-
iary '30-'32; Glee Club '29-'33; Basketball
'30; Hockey '32; Hiking Club '52; Latin
'30; French '52; Tennis Club '52; Track '30.
Science Club '31 -'33 ; Athletic Association
Waterford High School; Basketball '30-
'31; Literary Society '30-'31 ; W-L: Com-
mercial Club '52; Basketball '52-'55; Girls
Auxiliary '32-'35; Cadet Show '32; Athletic
DELMER C. PORTS
Dramatic Club '30; Spanish Club '31-'32;
Tennis Club '52; Executive Council "31-'32;
Newspaper Representative '31-'32; Science
Club '32-'33; Typing Club '55; Student \»
sociation '31 -'33.
MARY ELIZABETH PORTS
Athletic Association '30-'33; Glee Club
'30-'33; Spanish Club '30-'31 ; French Club
'32; I >ramatic Club '32; Hiking Club '33.
( ommercial Club '30- '31; Athletic Asso-
ciation '3()-'31 ; Domestic Science '31; Glee
Club '31-'33; Hockey Club '31-'33; Girl Re-
sen es '33.
Cadets '30-'33; Art Club '30; Tennis '32-
'33; Magazine Club '32- '33; Dramatic Club
VIRGINIA M. POWERS
Cadet Auxiliary '31-'33; Glee Club '32;
Book Club '31; Spanish Club '32; Basket-
OSCAR B. PUMPHREY
Cadets '28-'33; Sergeant '32; Second
Lieutenant '33; Stamp Club '29; Commer-
cial Club '31-'32; Radio Club '30; Kodak
Domestic Science Club '30; Art Club
MARGARET JANE REED
Literary Chili '30; Dramatic Club '32;
Girls Auxiliary '31; Corporal '32; First
Sergeant '33; Cadel Show '32; Athletic As-
sociation '30-'33; Secretary Commercial Club
HELEN VIRGINIA REES
Basketball '30-'33; Spanish Club '32; Dra-
matic Club '33; Athletic Association '30-
'33; Track '30-'31 ; Tennnis Club '32; W-L
K \TIIKYX REI1 )
Glee Club '30-'33; Class Play '31; Secre-
tary (ilrc Chili '32 ; Secretary Tennis Club
'32; Cadet Auxiliary '33; Athletic Associa-
JOHN' HENRY RIXSE, JR.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute: Rifle
Team '30; Freshman Sports '30. McKinlev
Tech: Rifle Team; '31; Cadets '31. W-L:
Rifle Team '32-'33; Oratorical Club '32-'33;
Constitional Committee '32; Vice-President
Student Association '32; Military Science
'32-'33; Cadets '32-'33.
Girls Auxiliary '30- '32; First Sergeant
'33; Camera Club '31; Dramatic Club '32-
French Club '31-'33; Athletic Association
'30-'33; Annual Staff '33.
/ lm ty-six
Football '30-'33; Kodak Club '31-'32;
Sci< nee Cluli '33.
ROBERT C. ROLLINGS
Cadets '27-'33 ; Corporal '28 ; Sergeant '29-
'30; Lieutenant '31 ; Captain 32; Major '33;
Athletic Association '31-'33 ; Track Man-
ager '32; W-L Club '33; Cheer Leader '32;
W-L-S-A Constitutional Committee '32 :
Dramatic Club '32; Executive Council '32.
Dramatic Club '30; Glee Club '30-'33.
Athletic Association '30; Commercial
Club '31 ; Spanish Club '30; Oratorical Club
'31-'32; Basketball Manager '32; Student
Council '32; Cadets '30.
HENRY SCOTT RYER
Shenandoah Valley Academj '29-'30. Tech
'31. W-L: '32-'33; Camera Club '32-'33.
Athletic Association '33; Football '31-'33;
Glee Club '33.
Thirty se\ i n
Commercial ("hil> '30; Glee Chili '31;
Oratorical Club '32; Athletic Association
'33; Glee Club '33.
JOHN LKW IS SCHROFF
Cadets '27-'33 ; Corporal '30; Sergeant
'30; First Sergeant-Second Lieutenant '31;
First Lieutenant '32; Football '30-'32; Cap-
tain '32-'33; Track '30-'31 ; President Junior
Class '32; W-L Club '31-'33 ; Presidenl
Senior Class of February '33; Sam Brown
Club '31-'33; Military Science '31-'33; Ath-
letic Association '32.
FRANCES CAVANO SCHULTE
Lowell Junior High '30. Freshman Play
'3(1; Soccer Team '30; Section President
'30; French Club '30-'32.
\\ II.I.LWI RICHARD SELBY
Class Play '31; Assistant Manager oi
Football and Basketball '32; Manager of
Football '33; Treasurer Athletic Associa-
tion '33; Advertising Manager General
News '32; Sports Editor General News '33;
Spanish Club '31-'33; W-L Club '32-'33;
Glee Cluh '32; Cadets '31-'33; Platoon Ser-
geant '32; Military Science '33; Athletic
Association '30-'33; Journalism '31-'33.
Avon Lark High, Florida '29-'3
'32-'33; Spanish Club '31-'32.
Commercial Club '30-'32; Dramatic I lub
'31 ; < iirls' Auxiliary '32.
1 hirty • ight
Editor-in-Chief Blue and Gray '33; Hik-
ing Chili '29; French Chili '.5()-'32; Spanish
Club '32; Oratorical Club '32; Journalism
Club '32 ; Associate Editor General News
'32; Understate Blue and Gray '32; Ex-
ecutive Council '33; Athletic Association
'30-'33; Girls Reserve '33; Bible Study '33.
NORMAN E. SIMS. JR.
Journalism '30; Science Club '32;
tary Science '32-'33; Model Making
'33; Color Sergeant '31-'33; Annual
Commercial Club '30- '31 ; Athletic Asso-
ciation '30-'33; Art Club '30- '31 ; Tennis
Club '32-'33; Hockey Club '31-'33; Dramatic
L( IUISE SOW
" S neezie"
\shl.nm High School '31 : 411 Club '31.
W-L: Girls Auxiliary '32-'33; Hiking Club
'32; Book Club '32; Girl Reserves '33; Fii ;1
\nl Club '33.
Art Club '31; Hiking Club '31; Spanish
Club '32; dirl Cadets '31-'32 ; Student Coun-
cil '32-'33 ; Music Chairman Girl Reserves
'33; Annual Staff '33; Bible Stud) Club '33.
LAW RENCE ST WIT
Football '31-'32; Cadets '30; Vthletic As-
sociation '3d; Spanish Club '30; Science
CARL MANTLE STEVENS
Cadets '32-'33; Corporal '33 ; Science Club
'32; Spanish Club '32; Business Manage]
Blue and Gray '33.
Athletic Association '30-'33; Science Club
'32-'33; Spanish Club '32; Cadet Land '32-
'33; Associate kditor Blue and Gray '33.
GLADYS PAYNE STRETTON
Glee Club '31-'33; Hiking Club '30-'33;
Athletic Association '32; Commercial Club
Western High School '30; Basketball '30;
Athletic Association '30; Dramatic Club
'30. W-L: Dramatic Club '32-'33.
II. ASHTON THOMPSON
Cadets '28-'33; Sergeant '32; Second
Lieutenant '33; French Club '32; Military
Science Club '33.
MARY LEE TIDLER
Girls Auxiliary '31-'33; Corporal '32;
Color Sergeant '32; First Lieutenant '33;
Commercial Club '32; Dramatic Club '32;
Basketball '31-'32; Military Science Club '33;
Cadet Vaudeville '32; Girls Reserves '33;
Athletic Association '33; Track Team '30-
LOIS ADELAIDE TU< KER
Commercial Club '30; Typing Club '30;
Current Events '32; Bible Study Club '.53.
" 7 arzan"
Football '30-'33; W-L Club '31-'33; Span-
ish Club '31-*32; Science Club '30; Cadets
'31; Athletic Association '30-'32.
Spanish Club '31-'33; Presidenl Current
History Club 7,2; Track '32-'33; Basketball
'32-'33; Athletic Association '30-'33.
Commercial Cluli '31; Athletic Associa-
tion '31-'33; Domestic Science Club '31-'32;
Girls (.lee Cluli '31-'33; Hockey Club '31-
'33; Hiking Club '32-'33.
(,nls Auxiliary '31 ; Basketball '30; Do-
mestic Science Club 'M; Cadet Show 'M;
Athletic Association '30-'32; Commercial
ELIZ VBETH CAROLYN" \\ II. COX
Summer School 1933.
CL U HI-. ELBERT WILEY
Summer School 1933.
JOHN \\ I LI. I, WIS
Western High School '30; Cadets '30;
W-L: Football '32; Basketball '30-'33; Base-
ball '32-'33; Captain Golf Team '31-'33;
Glee Club '32; W-L Club '33; Spanish Club
WESLEY LAWERENCE WILLI WIS
Athletic Association '30-'33 ; Science Club
'32-33; Vice-President Science Uub '33;
Track '32; Basketball '33.
Baseball '32-'33; Journalism Club '30-'31 ;
W-L Club '32-'33; Glee Club '31-'32; Ath-
letic Association '30-'33 ; Class Play '31.
Baml '30-'31 ; Cadets: Corporal '31; Ser-
geant '32; Lieutenant '32; Military Science
LORAINE M. ZILE
Literar\' Editor of General News '32;
Girls Auxiliary '31-'32; Sophomore Repre-
sentative to Blue and Gray '31; Girls
Tumbling Squad '30; Art Club '31; Jour-
nalism Club '32-'33; Vice-President '32;
Athletic .Association '32- '33 ; Contributor to
Blue and Gray '31-'32; Spanish Club '32;
Commercial Club '30; Oratorical Club '32;
Annual Staff '33; Literary Editor of
Crossed Sabres '33; Class Historian '33.
:■ Club '32-'33; Cadets '30-'33; Cor-
poral '33; Book Club '31 ; Hiking '33.
MARY ELIZABETH CARR
Western High School: Glee Club '30;
Dramatic Club '30. W-L: French Club '31 ;
fiirl Cadets '32; Dramatic Club '31; Jour-
Baseball '31; (dec Club '30-'32; W-L
Club '32-'33 ; Tennis '31; Vice-President
Athletic Association '33; Vice-President of
Class '32; Class Basketball Championship.
MERTON W. HAGER
Cadets '30-'31 ; hirst \u\ Club '33.
Commercial Club '31; Tennis Club '32;
Glee Chili '30. '32. '33; Executive Council
I WML MAE PARRIS
Summer School 1933
MARY K VTHERINE SIMPSON
Basketball '30-'33; Dice Club '30-'31 ; Dra-
matic (hih '32; Tennis Club '32; Athletic
\ - "i intion '31-'33 ; Hiking '33 ; Hockey '32;
Newspaper Staff '33; Journalism '33; Vice-
President of Tennis Club '33.
Jasper Ma i eer
The Washington-Lee High School operates a Night School Department on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday evenings, from 7 to 10 o'clock. In this session, then is a student
body ol approximately sixty pupils.
Courses are offered in both the academic and commercial fields; and consequently train-
ing is provided lor college as will as the business world. The subjects given are as follows:
English — both academic and business, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, business arithmetic,
European history, American history, government, commercial law, chemistry, physics, short-
band, bookkeeping, typewriting, and Spanish,
The instructors who have charge of this beneficial program are Thus. H. Christie, W. 1!.
Gillmore, Katherine J. Elliott, Margaret Peed, E. K. Nallor ,and Marion Smethie. There are
five graduates to leave at the close of this session. They are namely: Messrs. Scheid, Tallcy.
Keller, McCoy, and Mateer.
For those persons who hope to attain a position of value in the business world, or hope
to broaden their knowledge, nothing could be more advantageous to them than taking the
Night School Courses offered at Washington-Lee High School.
— Betty Wilcox.
Waveri v Mit on
An i n ur Si ii i in
HORACI 'I' M I I i
Let us pause for iiist a moment,
And look back across the years,
\iicl it seems far in the distance
That a dim mirage appears.
First we see a band of children
With our face-- all aglow,
Thrilled to think we were in High School,
\\ ondering i f it c< iuld be so.
All seemed new, and strange, and solemn
That first year of Junior High,
\nd our eyes grew round in wonder
W the Senior Class filed by.
Eighth grade saw us better fitted
For our work and for our plaj
We had friends in every class room
We liked school better every day,
The school, itself, seemed more friendly,
Not SO large and tall and wide.
It was now, our own possession
\iid we talked of it with pride,
\'i m we see a class of Freshmen,
Some of us on mischief bent.
Some engrossed in every study,
\\ ith our faces grave, intent.
\\ e were bus} making schedules;
Silking help to plan our course,
Interested in every subject
knowledge gained from even source.
W we gaze the scene is shifted,
The actors, those \\e saw before.
The words we read upon our banner,
In bold faced type, say Sophomore.
Then we turned to Athletics,
Clulis, Football, and Track held sway.
Frantically we cheered and shouted
Whenever Washington-Lee would play.
Next we greet the Bi-centennial,
\ ela^s of Juniors, loyal, true.
Washington we share your glory,
For our school was named for you.
In thai year the Student Council,
Following in wake of progress wheels,
Was established, causing students
In reach out for high ideals.
Following that was our school paper,
Which does credit to Washingtoii-l.ee.
\ II our dreams and aspirat ii ins
I la\ e materialized in '33.
Seniors now, we walk in triumph,
Each with ambition in his soul,
Gazing upward, gazing onward,
To that ever longed for goal,
Willi our feet upon the threshold,
I ' ' • i k 1 1 1 •_; Lack we breathe a s, -h.
Murmuring "God he with you, comrades
We hid you all a fond good-bye."
— LORAINE M. Zll l
/ :rt\ /-, e
Last IDill And Testament
We, the Senior Class of Washington-Lee High School being aware that our
days in these sacred halls are numbered, and being in sound mind and bodv, do
therefore, wish to bestow the following abilities, traits, and properties in this our
Last Will and Testament.
I. To Tin-: Members of the Faculty
Mr. Vanderslice — An Austin and plenty of gas to get up and down the halls
to all class rooms.
Mrs. Hell — More duties, disciplinary problems, tummyaches, and headaches
to doctor, we fear she may not be sufficiently occupied.
Mrs. Malott — Ten more plays per semester, since she may get lazy from in-
Mr. Christie — Tea kettles that aren't too stubborn to boil on ice when the
whole assembly is in breathless suspense.
Mr. McCord — A few more books for his desk, which always seems so bare.
Mr. I)river — An official note-book checker.
Mrs. Corcoran — A monicker — something like this, "Mrs. Fox-Corcoran"-
so we'll alw ays be right.
Miss Turner, Mrs. Ransom, and Miss Harbaugh — we fondly bestow upon
them next year's Senior Class, with the Annual thrown in, if you please.
I I . To Tn E Freshies
Lots of patience and undying courage through their years of struggle for a
place in the sun. "En avanl !"
III. 1"o Tn e Sophomores
All of the joys and "that down-trodden" feeling of being a "mere" sopho-
To the lunior Class we do bequeath with all good faith, best wishes for every
success and hope for happiness, the following:
1, Robert Simpson, my popularity as president of the Senior Class to Clayton
I, Gordon Singhas, my "booming" manly voice to Wilson Ellis.
I, Eloise Sunderman, my social prestige to Dorothy Duffin.
1, Edwin Lane, my curb' hair to George Martin and Jack I'.eaman.
I, Warren Dodd, my ability to do everything (except chemistry) to Franklin
I )aue, and Bryan ( lordan.
I, Hamilton Kaunllcrov. my unique remarks to Harry Schualm and Clifford
I, Morton Cook, my love for riding in a certain rumble seat to Stanley Mon-
roe and foe Eaton.
I, Kenneth Byrnes, my sophisticated moustache to Cooley Berry.
I, Woodman Harris, my love for blondes to Walter Bell and Orlando Brich.
I, Ethel Benton, my good looks to Margaret Bailie and Dolly Byrnes.
1, Catherine Gosnell. my stylish clothes to Betty Stone and Doris Davie.
I, Rebecca Henslev. my small statue to Mary Hope McGarity and Estelle
I, Doris Miller, my car. "Lovable" to Dorothy Marcey and Evelyn Mall.
I. Jean Baldwin, my rapid speech to Esther Conner.
I. Gregor Rohwer, my model "T" to Carl Brumback.
I. Ann Parr, my demure manner to Elsie Adsit.
1, Virginia Rees, my Spanish characteristics to Zella Henderson.
We. Bunch and Schrofr, our athletic ability to Wilson Tolford.
I. Ruth Abates, my position as class treasurer to Mary Farley Ames.
I. J. T. Wallace, my very bashful ways to Sterling Swart.
J, Smith Rucher. my love for oral themes to Miles Churchill.
I. Jack Williams, my great dignity to Robert King.
1, Wayne Melvin, my bored expression to Merton Oliver.
I, Donald Rohwer. my wonderful personality to George Ad/.ema
1, ( >sborne Gore, my quietness to Jimmie Summer.
1, Dorothy Bergeson. my Yankee accent to Mabel Brooks.
We, Elva Carl and Lila Grimsley, our similar characteristics to Sible Bishop
and Mary Ellen Rogers.
I, Evelyn Carpenter, my pep, vim, and vigor to Myra Whittington, Elizabeth
Cornwell, and Maarjorie Reynolds.
We, Luelva Mateer and Myrteen Morrison our stenographic ability to Hilda
Howell and Alice Besely.
I, Mary Lee Tidier, my good ole' school-spirit to Eleanor Lancaster and
We, Louise Hunaker and Sharleen Johnson, our desire to do homework to
Mildred Coats and Vivian Burroughs.
I, lladdv Jones, my excellent penmanship to Lena Massey and Nellie Birch.
J, Betty Taylor, my knowledge of shorthand to Louise W'vatt, Doris Loveless
and Evelyn Loveless.
I, Wesley Williams, my knowledge of proglems (which is a problem) to
Max Conner and Malcolm Moore.
I. Jack Bone, my over worked chewing gum to George fohnson.
I. Bruce Kilgore, my role in the Senior play to Vernon McDonald.
I, Dorothy Beach, my winning ways to Florence Harrison.
I. Ann Lipscomb, my place as school pianist to Dorothy Burdett.
We, Gladys Lurroughs and Esther burr, our blonde locks and fair skin to
Helen Schoenbauer and Neenah Felton.
I, Audrey Holliday, my Self-Aid book to Ruth Chapman.
We, Alma Peacock and Mildred Dewey, our ability to play basketball to
Ruth Phelps and Gertrude Finkelstein.
I, Doris Allard, my athletic ability to Ellen Marie Lepthien and fane Keating.
I, Margaret Jane Reed, my laugh to Eileen Brooks.
I. William Sandige, my slow speech to Morris McMahon.
I. Wade Bromwell, my ability to love 'em and leave 'em to Edwin Martin.
I, Carl Stevens, my place on the Annual staff to Meade Palmer.
W e, Henry Field and Harold Gouldman, our curb locks to Vernon Spates
and ( ieoree 1 >awson.
I. Elmo Legg, my letters in athletics to Tom Johnson.
I, Virginia Palmer, my loquaciousness to Nell Cundiff.
1, Norman Sims, my business-like manner to Arnold Lanche.
I, Edward Wilson, my sense of humor to Francis Spendle.
1, Russel Chewning, my place as bus driver to Joe Sher.
I, Frank Holford, my lout; walk to Charles Brown.
I, Delmer Ports, my knowledge of chemistry to Roger Montague.
I, Richard Dorcey, my shyness to Archie Davis.
1, Frances Schulte, my southern accent to Eleanor Cooley.
1, Mary E. Ports, my knowledge of Mexico to Geraldine Fi.w and Rita
I, Mary Jane Croson, my crooning ability to Mildred Johnson.
I, Ruth Bruntsch, my German accent to Miriam Kress and Sibyl Moffet,
I, Dorothy Lynch, my numerous correspondents to Dorothy Schull, Kathleen
Smith and Pauline Crack.
I, Frank Pall, my leadership to George Brunner ami Robert Thomas.
J, James Dew, my friendliness to Temple Chewning and I'M ward Richer.
1, Myrtle Erickson, my perfection in English to Louise Bragg and Dorothy
I, Ada Jones, my studiousness to Edna Harris and Mary Waller.
1, Lula Kidd, my sunny disposition to Margaret Gorman and Margaret
I, William Helms, my position on the Student Council to Lester I loldenback.
We, Charles Bragg and Perry Daniel, our studiousness to Edward Bock-
hous and Robert I tall.
1, |ohn Turner, my ability as a politician to Robert Schepmoes and Philip
I. Dorothy Spitler, my artistic ability to Marion Ewald and Edna Lawrence.
I, Laraine M. Zile, my middle initial to Catherine Hagan.
I, George McCloskey, my ability to sing songs to certain people to John
I, Paul Inbodv, my ability to follow in Rubinoff's steps to Lawrence Green.
I, Edwin Scheid, my place as orator to Paul Dodd.
1, Mildred P.reilenback, my dreamy eyes to Dorothy Thomas.
We, Robert Rollings and ( 'scar Pumphrey, our ability to appear on time once
during the school year to Fred Utterback and George Tyson.
I, Elizabeth Anstine, my loud ways to Mary Row.
I, Doris Bruns, my good-naturedness to Margaret Hoverty.
I, lack Mahorney, my ability to all good jokes to Fritz Kaminsky ami John
1, Doris Dungan, my tumbling ability to Mildred Chewning.
I, Katherine Reid, my ability to make "A" in Chemistry to Adele Johnson.
I. Bessie Hale, my capability to Esther Dorman.
I, Susie Hunter, my school-girl giggle to Marjorie Print/.
1, Ashton Thompson, my military ability to Richard James.
I, \ indent Burgess, my likeness to John Barrymore to Has id Warrington,
I, Sidney Carroll, my silence to Lyman Richardson.
We, Catherine llunaker. Harriet Linger and Adelaide llowser, our com-
panionship to Elsie Mitchell. Carolyn Kitchens, and Virginia Harris.
I, Dorothy Moreland, my host of friends to Adrienne Odenthall,
, Gladys Ives, my good attendance record to Sterling Kerr.
, Mildred Shockey, my position as editor of the Blue and Gray to Char-
Ve, Frances Graninger and Eleanor Kirby, our long, dark locks to Nellie
Arlington Babcock, my miraculous tales of South America to Harry
m. Billie Burke and Wesley Klees.
Lawrence Ball, my basketball ability to Philip Shreve and Paul Stoffel.
Marry Echols, my Rudy Vallee-like characteristics to Richard Craver.
Earle Payne, my knowledge of Latin to Billy Jones and Earle Trone.
Buddy Selby, my ability to entertain the fair sex to fshmael Goings, Joe
ind Jimmie Gosnell.
Russel Stevens, my straight hair to Robert Byrnes.
Earl Wiltshire, my athletic physique to Rank Davies and Russell I in inks
Joe Francis, my ability to toot a horn to Dan Dugan and Albert Letts.
[ohn Rixse, my popularity to Wilton Broun.
Lillian Boswell, my original ideas to Elizabeth and Virginia Ball,
Helen Bragg, my place as major to Margaret Kirschner.
Peggy Mansfield, my poetic ability to Audrey Graninger.
Doris Rosedale, my baby-like ways to Myrtis Byrnes.
Susie Read, my coquetry to Nancy Knox and Virginia Langston.
Fayetta Smith, my drawl to Ruth Carson and Bernice Frank.
\ c. Venie Robey and Margaret Myers our places in the Girl's Auxiliary to
1a ( )rndoff and Elsie Wilburn.
Violet Powers, my different coiffeurs to Evelyn Long and Ruth Money.
Virginia Powers, my melodious voice to Dixie Furr, Evelyn Lusby, and
>tte Von I )oren.
Esther Pound, my sin behavior to Margaret Spratt and Marjorie Ladd.
Dorothy Alford, my olive complexion to Janet Gould
John Wallace, my red hair to Aubrey Gooding.
Isabel Blandford, my love for bookkeeping to Myrtle
and Rhoda Huff.
Bacon and Virerini;
Gertrude McCrillis, my retiring air to Mae Burner.
Mae Shirkev, my teasing manner to Margaret Cozzins.
Louise Sowers, my country manners to Blanche Long.
Pauline Wash, my knowledge of Secretarial Practice to Clara Dyson.
Lois Tucker, my bookkeeping credit to Esther Stewart.
Ida Wideman, my likeable manners to Charlotte Xeal.
Harper Graves, my assistance to Mr. Driver in giving out books to
Arthur Kirschner. my lost appendix to Francis Gengill.
Catherine Donaldson, my unfinished day school to Mildred Newman.
Henry Ryer, my love for brunettes to George Tavenner.
Lawrence Stanp, my swinging gait to Henry Thomas.
Mae Money, my "pug" nose to Dorothy Wise.
Eunice Green, my speeches to Elizabeth Duncan.
Earl Harbaugh, my shy ways to Wesley Harrell and Fred Neystrom.
Evelyn Jenkins, my Secretarial Practice book to Edna Harris, Virginia
and Helen Tillett.
J, Margaret Loveless, my love for Commercial Law to Thelma Pettit. Bev-
erly W'aite, and Eugenia Powell.
I, Kay Simpson, my football tickets to Thelma Flint.
I. Inez Brown, my walk to school to Audrey Thompson.
I, Doris Hammer, my fascinating smile, to lean Croson.
I, Earl llitl. my love for baseball to Archie Davis.
I. Bernard Marcey, my brown eyes to Carl Sandershoff.
I, Mary Elizabeth Carr, my souvenirs to Hilda Matthews.
I, Merton Hager. my ride on the Cherrydale 1ms to Byron Gordon.
March 31, 1933.
// 'itnessed by:
I. \\ . Ransom
T. II. Cn RISTIE
M. S. Turner
E. L. Harbaugh
( )ur teachers are the ones to praise,
In these last, but thrilling days.
For helping us attain the height
In our long, but triumphant flight.
They seem to know just what we need
Before we even make our plead
They always stick through thick or thin
Because they know we want to win.
I >0R0 I II v Spitler.
The Symphony Of 155
Arlington Babcock. .
Vincent Burgess. . . .
Kenneth Byrnes. . . .
Russell Chewning. . .
I 'erry Daniel
Edwin I )aue
I [arold ( rouldman . .
Woodman Harris . . .
Frank Hoi ford
Arthur Kirschner. . .
George McCloskey. .
I )elmer Ports
< )scar Pumphrey . . .
Robert Rollings . . . .
I >onald Row her
I lenry Ryer
William Sandridge. .
I Haven't Got a Ghost of a Chance"
Here's My Heart"
Sitting by the Fire"
I Love a Parade"
Save the Last Dance for Me"
1 11 Xever Have to Dream Again"
Old Man Harlem"
Hey Young Feller"
Hustling and Bustling for Baby"
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?"
( >oooh, What I Could Do to You!"
With You on My Mind"
Where Have You Been?"
Music, Music. Everywhere"
Sitting in the I )ark"
Son of the South"
Turn Out the Rights"
I s That Religion ?"
I've Got the World on a String"
Play, Fiddle, Play"
1 1 'laved Fiddle for the Czar"
Turn on the Heat"
That Old Gang ( >' Mine"
Kiss Me Again"
The Sony Without a Name"
Old Man Noah"
It's Within Your I 'ower"
1 low I )ry I Am"
I Don't Know Why"
Nobody's Sweetheart Now"
Without That Gal"
I'm Nuts About Mutts"
I .i iver"
Is My Face Red?"
What ! No Mickey Mouse?"
Between the Devil and the Lee)) Blue Sea'
On the Street of Dreams"
All of Me"
1 Xever See Maggie Alone"
There's a Time and Place for Everything'
Robert Simpson "My ( >ld Fraternity Pin"
Norman Sims "My Song"
< rordon Singhas "Me!"
Lawrence Stamp "Well, Well, Well"
Carl Stevens "Hallaluah, I'm a Hum"
Russell Stevens "Shine ( >n Your Shoes"
Ashton Thompson "It's Winter Again"
John Turner "I'm Yours for Tonight"
John Wallace "Strike Me Pink"
J. T. Wallace "Say It Isn't So"
Claude Wiley "Here Lies Love"
lack Williams "Crazy People"
Wesley Williams "I Lift L'p My Finger"
Earl Wiltshire "Moonlight on the River"
Merton Hager "I'll Re the Meanest .Man in Town"
Ellison Galloway "My Song of Love"
I )orothy Alford "Try a Little Tenderness"
I )oris Allard "He's My Secret Passion"
Elizabeth Anstine "Love is a Dream"
Jean Baldwin "My Darling"
Dorothy Beach "You're My Whole Parade"
Ethle Benton "Please"
Dorothy Rergeson "He's My Secret Passion"
Isabel Blandford "Give My a Roll on the Drum"
Lillian Boswell "Sally in Our Alley"
I lelen Bragg "Yeah Man !"
Mildred Brietenbach "We Just Couldn't Say < roodbye"
I )oris Bruns "Remember"
Ruth Bruntsch "Auf Wiedersehn"
Gladys Burroughs "Ten Little Miles From Town"
Elva Carl "Moon Song"
Evelyn Carpenter "I Just Called Up to Say < roodnight'
Mary Jane Croson "Singing a Song to the Stars"
Mildred 1 )ewey "Maybe"
Catherine I )onaldson "A White House of < >ur ( Iwn"
I )oris Dungan "Two Loves Have I "
Martha Fairbanks "< roodbye to Love"
Esther Furr "When It's Darkness on the Delta"
Catherine < rosnell "You're My Everything"
Frances < rranniger "I Want to Re Loved"
Eunice Green "I've Told Every Little Star"
Lila Grimsley "Making Whoopee"
Bessie Hale "Twenty Million People"
Audrey Hallidav "What Would You Do?"
Virginia Mae llarrell "Willow, Weep for Me"
Rebecca I lenslev "Little ( iirl"
Adelaide 1 lowser "The Girl in the Little ( irecn Hat"
( Catherine 1 tunaker "( roodnighl Sweetheart"
Gladys Ives "Bend Down, Sister"
Evelyn Jenkins "Pretending That You Care"
Sharleen fohnson "How Can 1 Co ( >u Without You?"
/ ij ty four
Mary Elizabeth Ports . . .
Margaret Jane Reid
I )orothy Spitler
Mary Lee Tidier
Loraine M. Zile
Mary Elizabeth Carr
Janie Mae Parris
Mary Katherine Simpson,
'Good Night Moon"'
'I've Got a Cousin in Milwaukee"
'You're Mine, You!"
'Just a Little Home for the Old Folks"
'You Little So and So"
'I've Got Rhythm"
'Learning to Forget"
'It Used to Be Me"
A Sunny Disposish"
'Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland"
Close to My Heart"
'I've Got a Date with an Angel"
'How'm I Doing? Hey! Hey!"
A Moment in the Dark"
'Give Me Something to Remember You By"
'Lover Come Back to Me"
'Underneath the Harlem Moon"
'I'll Never Be the Same"
'You're Getting to lie a Habit With Me"
Waltzing in a Dream"
'Do the New York"
'The Little Things in Life"
'When Frances Dances With Me"
'California .Here I Come"
'Night and I )ay"
'Telling It to the Dasies"
'A Kiss in the Dark"
'Thank Your Father"
' I .ullaliy of the Leaves"
' Moonlight and Roses"
'Give Me a Little Kiss"
'Maybe 1 Love You Too Much"
Shuffle Off to Buffalo"
When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain'
'Just a Blue Eyed Blonde"
'I'm Playing With Fire"
'Sing on, My Lover, Sing on"
'How's Your Uncle?"
'Happy Go Lucky Me"
'Dancing on the Ceiling"
MOST POPULAR BOY
PRETTIEST MOST INTELLECTUAL
Helen Braqq John Rixse
MOST POPULAR GIRL
BEST ALL-ROUND CHATTERBOX
Gordon Singhas Dorothy Morelond
EVERYBODYS FRIEND BIGGEST BLUFF
Ann Lipscomb FronkBall
MOST ORIGINAL WITTIEST
Frances Groninqer Robert Rollinqs
"AS WE SEE THEM''
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Let's Qo To The Mouies
'The Blonde Venus" ' 'oris Rosedale
'The Conquerors" Football 1 earn
'Reducing" Bruce Kilgore
'Inspiration" Francis Grainger
'One Way Passage" Stain* aj s
'Blond Crazy Louis Schrofl
'Gentleman's Fate" Eloise Sunderman
The .Man Who Cam,- Back" ^ ayne Mel
"Only Saps W< >rk" Elmo Lc SS
"She Had to Say Yes" Mae Money
"The Great Lover" Buddy Selby
"Hard to Handle" Edward Wilson
"Call Her Savage" Loraine M. Zile
"Men Musi Fight" Pete Bunch
"Sunny" \' in Lipscomb
"( ,irl Habit" Jimmy I lew
"Hot Pepper" I )orothy Moreland
"Handle With Care" Johnie Wallace
"Smilin' Through" Dorothy Spitler
"Daddy Long Legs" Bill Helms
"As You 1 >esire Me" Luelva Mateer
"Sherlock Holmes" Kenny Byrnes
"Night of June 13" Commencement
"I lelicious" Myrteen Morrison
"Crooner" < leorge McCloskey
"Lawyer Man" Smith Rucker
"Babyface" 1 'oris Hammer
"For tin Love of Mike" Russell Chewning
"The Smiling Lieutenant" Morton ( !ook
"The Phantom President" Bobby Simpson
"I ioldic" Ruth Yates
"A Tailor Made Man" Mutt Pumpher}
"Palmy I )ays" Vacation
"Reaching for the Moon" Frank Ball
"Local B03 Makes Good" Bussie Dodd
"The Laughing Lady" Nellie Myres
"I .11x11 ry I .inn" Noah's A rk
"I [ypnotized" Hamilton Fauntlero}
"The 1 .ad\ '" Kitty Gosnell
"The Match King" Harry Ech< ils
"Good Sport" Kittv Reid
"If I Had a Million" Wade Bromwell
"In Old Arizona" Mary Elizabeth Ports
"Tarzan" John Turner
"Red 1 leaded \\ ( iman" Eugenia Lowe
"You Said a Mouthful" Edwin Doue
"Peg 0' M\ Heart" Peggy Mansfield
"The Mad Genius" John Henry Rixie, Jr.
"Hello, Everybody" Mary Jane Croson
"Whistling in the I lark" Edwin Schei
"']'( ipaze" Helen Bragg
"Little Caesar" Harper Gra\ es
"So Big" Dorothy Bergeson
"Man to Man" Gordon Singhas
"Movie Crazy" Mildred Shockey
"The (rash" \ fter the Bell rings
"The Crowd Roars" Jack Williams
"The Champ" \rthur Kirschner
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" Rebecca Hensley
"Under Suspicion" Claude Wiley
"The New Yorker" \\ ly I larris
"Hallelujah I'm a Bum" Bob Rollings
"The Society Girl" Kay Simpson
"The Misleading Lady" Mary E. Carr
"Those We Love" Faculty
Senior Class of 33
Three one-act plays were presented by the Class of '33 on the second of May. under the
direction of Mr. Leland Williams.
\ tragedy, a comedy, and a romance included the group.
The evening was opened by "The Valiant," a tragedy. The acting was superb, which
proved supreme direction and tireless preparation. Five Seniors composed the cast. Tin \
Robert Simpson Warden Holt
Bruce Kilgore Father I )aly
J.tck Williams James I lyke
M \ky Elizabei h Ports Josephine Tares
Am inc. ton Babcock Dan
"Thursday Evening," a comedy, turned tragic tears into happy ones, when laughter rang
nut from those present. This play showed wonderful ability in the comic role. Four charac-
ters were portrayed.
Eugenia Lowe Mrs. t Jordan Johns, Jr.
Morton Cook Gordon Johns, Jr.
Lillian Bosweli M is. lulu is. Sr.
Mildred S hockey Mrs. Sheffield
"Romeo and Juliet," a romance, completed the program oJ entertainment and an evening
ol enjoyment was experienced by all those present. The cast:
1 1 1 \ky Fields Friar Lawrence
I'm. i,i Mansfield Juliet
Kenneth Byrnes Romeo
Mary Jani Coson Mrs. Kane
Gordon Singhas \n Old Man
Graduation looms before us,
The Class of Thirty-three.
Soon the doors of school will open
And set our spirits free.
Sweethearts, teachers, friends, and comrades
Soon will say a fond goodbye.
With tender smiles and handclasps hearty,
Will shed a tear and breathe a sigh.
In mil" memory school will linger,
Years may come and years may go.
Friendships formed in golden school days
Will be recalled in the fireside glow.
Farewell dear school and gallant teachers,
Farewell to days mi glad and free.
With loyal hearts we raise the banner
And salute < )ur School, dear Washington-Lee.
LORAINE M. ZlLE.
I>< > Y< >U RECALL?
1. When the quartet was out of tune singing "Bells of St. Mary"?
2. When a kick under the table was a cue for the boy's part in assembl) ?
3. When Lillian Boswell substituted in the Driver-Christie game, and the argu-
4. The dance of "Poor Butterfly" W-L Show Nite?
5. When Gordon Singhas announced: "Lunches will be served at dance time"?
6. When Bussie Dodd told |ohn Rixse the answer to a question in Commercial
7. When Mildred Shockey made KM) on Solid Geometry?
8. When George McCloskey >an,^ "It's within your power," to Ethel Benton in
9. When the first order of Senior rings arrived?
Id. When Mary Jane Croson "just couldn't sa) goodbye"?
1 1 . When Doris Miller couldn't park her Ford "Excema"?
12. When Russel Steven's hair was combed?
13. When a gang of Seniors crashed the [naugural Ball?
14. When jack Mahorney didn't come straggling in about 9:15.'
15. When Woody Harris got out on the football field in time?
16. When on November 8th, last, Bob Rollings and Mutt Pumphery go1 to school
at 8:45. Must have been the good old Democratic ???? spirit - eh. Bob?
11 B Class Officers
Clayton Long President
Ellison Galloway Vice-President
Lena Massey Secretary
Russell Brooks Treasurer
George Dawson Sergeant-at-Arms
Doris Hammer Council Representative
"Life loiters at the book's first page,
.Hi! Could we turn the leaf."
Listen, one ! Listen, all !
To the I1B "Roll call."
Yon will find Elizabeth Ball
Is a friend of one and all.
Then Ellison is our lover bold,
At least that is what I've been told.
\s a man treats his best friend,
George will treat Eddie to the end.
Temple at his life's last brink,
Still will base those cheeks of pink.
And for much traveled cms; 'twould do no harm,
To rest upon our Catherine's charms
Frank will take the lead in sports,
While Bernard will in other sorts.
Gertrude is a whiz in Spanish,
I wish I knew just bow she managed.
Wilson T. should make an actor,
While Wilson E. a big contractor.
Vernon Mac, is a riot,
I'm! Vernon Spates is very quiet.
I )olly is a sporty belle,
Lo\ ed by all who know her well.
Janie, who is so small and pert,
Life, we hope, will never hurt.
Clayton, the darling of our lot,
He is handsome, is he not?
Florence's hair of yellow hue,
• iocs with eyes of deepest blue.
Nellie's game is full of vim,
Watch how she shoots a basket in.
Lyman's taps upon a drum,
By no one can In- outdone.
Of them all, it is the truth,
The quietest is Ruth.
And then we must not omit,
Eleanor Cooley and Earl Hitt.
At the head of our class and football team,
Mr. Driver is held in the highest esteem.
1 hope you will excuse my error,
If my opinions bring you terror.
— Marion Ewald.
Junior Class History
On a dreary morn way hack in September, '29, a group oi young
up-starts entered the Freshman Class of W-L. Hardly realizing what
the future held in store for them, they took life with a smile and
laughed on. Then, tired of being the "Freshies" of the school, they
buckled down and became the "Sophs." Now they were getting some-
where — and with flying colors!
Already it could be foreseen that there was "worlds of material"
in Athletes, and Honor Students were everywhere.
The school was proud of them. Then again Father Time moved
on as school commenced in September, '32, we found that all but a tew
had survived and were now the Juniors. It seems they realized they
were the future graduating class and should discontinue being the cause
of main headaches to their teachers. This they did and the Junior Class
of '33 saw its place in the limelight with football, basketball, track, and
officers in both the Auxiliary and Cadet Corps. When football letters
were awarded, among the group were several members of the Junior
(lass. The same occurred when basketball, track, baseball, and other
activities of the school awarded letters. And in the cast of the various
plays and shows presented during the year, the cast included well-
known members of the |unior Class. Also the success of the many
clubs of the school was due mainly through the efforts of this class.
The different types of students were well regulated this year, but
the Junior Class predominated. The classicals ran away with homns
heretofore unheard of. The Scientifics were great, and the commercials
held their place. We must not forget the Generals, who were the
Generals of the school's activities. And now. having advanced this
far, just wait and see what the Seniors of '34 will do!
— Cooi.ky C. Berry.
The Road to Success
Slowly, slowly, up the hill
We are climbing with a will.
Shafts of sunshine light our way
As we climb from day to day.
But there're times when shadows fall
That thwarts the progress of us all.
Seems hard to reach the lofty height
That lies forever in our sight.
\inl thru, dear Lord, is when we pray
Thy light to guide us on our way,
For Thine own purpose Thou hast sent
The trials and the discouragement.
Again the sunshine gleams ahead
And paints the dusts shadows red,
The very birds sing in the trees.
Fragrance of flowers scent the breeze,
Many lessons w, have learned,
Never backward have we turned,
Ever upward we progress
Hoping to reach the top, "Success."
— I (ORIS I )avis
Wisdom, Juniors, wisdom,
\\ e'll get it yet.
Accept lessons cheerfully
And don't waste time to fret.
Study hard, for it won't be long
One short year; no more,
Hail us underclassmen
As the class of '34.
Intellect seems to tell me
That we are going to be
Noblest of all Senior classes
That W. L. will ever see.
Good work is our motto
And we'll always do our best.
To victory we're nobly bound,
\\ e'll surely stand the test.
Observance of good ethics prompts
Respect for our instructors, too,
Notariously we'll graduate
And to W, L. e'er lie true.
Labor on till the task is done
And school days are o'er,
Ever seeking knowledge
To accomplish more and more.
Exhaustice research leads to our goal
Hail' The class of '34.
— Audrey Graniger, '34.
HOW COULD WE GET ALONG WITHOUT—
Zella Henderson's sunny disposition?
Francis Spindle's indispensible "Okay"?
Meade Palmer's unique remarks?
Jack Beaman's business-like manner?
Richard (.'raver's ability to entertain the fair sex ?
Nancy Knox's great dignity?
Tom Johnston's permanent wave?
Virginia Harriss' Yankee accent?
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
B. W. Stone failing anything?
Evelyn Hall losing her voice?
Billy Jones being a disturbing element?
.Arnold l.anche being the last one to gel in class?
Harry Schwalm walking home?
Peggy Rucker getting "A" in Algebra?'
Anything put on without the aid of the Columbia 1'ike Bunch?
Miss Aldhizer not giving Carl Brumback a demerit for being tardy?
Joe Chaevon getting 100 on an English test?
I ions I lavis bawling someone out?
Esther Stewart in Clara Dyson's gym suit?'
Elizabeth Shelton not being elected something in something?
"United we stand, divided zee fall."
Crandal Mateek President
W vltek Rynex / 'ice-President
Dorothy Rynex Secretary
J \ m es Rice Treasurer
Robert Blake Sergcant-at. Inns
\ I I 1 \ , ( J I 1 N I I \
Anderson, I ioroi hv
A Mil RSON, M SRIon
Bi \le, Gordon
Bowbei r, I ll II N
Brown, Gil i 5
Brown, H. B.
Carroll, Kvlri i i
( 'ol'l I \ND, JOH N
( i; \\ l R, L.OU1H
( ULLEN, S'i I \ I \
i ullen, Jack
I Hi m rson, Km ily
I Mil on, M \v
Iai nson, Roald
Gore, Clari n< i
Hall, Nam 5
Harrell, I Illln
Jensen, Chari i s
Jones, M vrgaret
M< Pherson, Edi i h
M \i« il, Edward
M \ i li .u, Crandal
Mintzell, I 'ail
M IK Mill , JOSI I'M INI
Mol'LTOX, I )ORIS
Mum ford, Roger
Nl IF M IN, E\ I Kl I I
Omohumdro, Coi o\
( )w i ns, Elizabi I II
P \l Ml k\ R \l I'll
Pearson, Wili \rd
1 'oil I R, Ml RTON
Preston, M arjorie
l\ [CI , Fr \nces
Robinson, \\ i ndell
Rynex, I Ioroi h\
Rynex, \A \i ilk
Sim -r, Joseph
SlGM UNDSON, M \RGAR1 I
Spence, ] )OR01 in
SPITZER, J LAN Nil II
Springer, Russi i i
Si ewari . I'. n i \
\\ \kn, Edwin
\\ II ls, Si ewari
Williams, Kai hryn
\\ ii son, Ernest
Young, Sarah Esi hi r
m i enty
Frank) vx I'w m
Ellen Turner President
Fran klj n 1 'ayni I 'ice-President
K \ i 'HAKIM-: Fitts Secretary
Pack Carlyle Treasurer
Donald Crandel Sergeant-at-Arms
Blue and White
The Sophomore Class consists of about one hundred seventy-five students. It is divided
into five home room sections which are under the leadership of Mr. Jones, Mr. Lewter, Miss
Smithie, Mr. Williams, and Miss William--. Tin- presidents of these sections are Charles
Bild, Marguerite Beech, Nellie Mooney, Irma Fredericks, and Austin Kiplinger.
During the years in which the class has been in high school work, its members have
taken part in many school organizations; such as the Band, Orchestra, Glee Chilis, Art De-
partment, Dramatics, Oratorical Contest, Newspaper work. Student Government, ( adets,
Auxiliary, and the Girl Reserves.
With these capabilities and the high scholastic standing of the students, it is expected
that the class of '35 will make a record well worth having.
\\ hen W. and L. from her lofty height
Unfurled her standards to the air.
She made a place of shining light
And placed the Sophomores there.
Leaders wise and true have we,
Who keep us in the paths of right;
Blest are they with tact and skill :
They rule by love and not by might.
And when they bid a thing be done
"Work without shirk" is then begun.
We're unassuming in our guise,
But when to duty we advance.
The things impossible give way
Before the courage in our glance;
And when to win we once decide.
By our decision we abide.
WILL Y< >U REMEMBER?
I hat Ruth Coe has chewed gum in Mr. Williams' class and has not been caught.
That Virginia I >arcev lias a temper.
Lee Page and "five ofl for talking without permission."
That Betty Smith's friends are "you < rinks."
When Ellen Turner was the Madonna.
Billy Ingram and his "model T."
IS THIS THE FUTURE?
Irma Fredericks a schoolma'rm.
Austin Kiplinger a History Professor.
Maxine Cardwell not talking.
Jimmie Hayes without his book bag.
Franklin Payne a second Kate Smith.
Joe Bloomingburg a radio crooner for Lifebuoy Soap.
Evelyn Tune Brumback a model housewife.
Nobel Rice President
Jane Goodrich Vice-President
Andrew Seiber Secretary
Elizabeth Thomas Treasurer
Claribel Day Executive Council Representative
George Apperson Sergeant-at-* Inns
( ecu Blue
ERNES! 1 tlNSMORE
I (AVID I >UNGAN
Odell Ga n i i
David H i i i
Paul Job nston
R \i .i'n Liming
Philip M \-i
Chari es Moffett
I' U'l. Ml IN w
Edward Mori i mi r
Howard M yers
Joseph Mi ( Iowan
Kenneth I'm k
I >onald Quackenbush
I ) \niei. Shawen
Siggie SlGMUNDSi in
Francis Ta\ i n neh
Run \rd Yeatman
Peggy Beck wit h
MaRGAREI ( iiRDER
( iEORGie Carter
Elizabeth I )onaldson
Hill I H E \ST
Peggy Ann English
Eleanor H aim ung
1 )i)Riil h y Hevenner
K Al HI RIM 1 [ERRING
I )oroi hy Hough
Rom mm Joh nson
i )0r01 hy m m.ee
Edi i h Merchant
M aki.in Pence
I lOROl HY I'l-Al i. hi I
Lillian Riddi i
I )orice Ridgew \>
Mary I >elle Schooi i ^
Julia Smi i h
M sR(,rLRin Si am i i
( Ir act Si aples
l-'.iiz \r.ii h Stew \ri
Helen Van Riswick
Winona \\ artman
m • enty-six
"Forward Ever; Backward Never"
American Beauty Crimson and Tan
/'resident ( rEORGE BESLEY
/ 'ice-President James Lawrence
Secretary Susan Hensley
Treasurer Edward O'Brien
Sergeant-at-. Inns Edw in Francis
Student Council Representative James McCausland
Sponsors Miss Ruff Mr. Lucas
President Celeste Dorney Mavis Kerns
Vice-President Jane Henderson Marie Milks
Secretary Katherine LaCroix [oiin Moore
Treasurer CHARLES DoRTZBAI li BlLLY BRAGG
Sergeant-at-i Inns Franklin Preston Buddy S< hroi i
St. Council Low \ki> ( rEORGH I'i.i wok Thomaides
Sponsors Miss Loving Miss Elliott
President Bill Clarkson Ruth Hunaker
I 'icc-I'rcsi<icnt |OE M I \ Nil K Sll [RLEY BaUCH MAN
Secretary BUDDY KlNG Aim STEIGAL
Treasurer foHN KlLTS fULIA ABENDS* iiki n
Sergeant-at-, Inns Jimmie Fixx Edward O'Brien
St. Council Douglas Grantham Charlotte Hopkins
Sponsor Miss Firebaugh
/'resilient Barbara Willi y
/ 'ice-President Em ii.y Moori
Secretary Hoover Kemp
Treasurer II ki.kn Keyes
Scracant-at- . Inns Winifred Davis
St. Council Tames I >yi
V/E LEFIRN OY DOING
IVY W. RANSOM
THOMAS H CHRISTIE
Art Ad vis of
S i \i i
/ hi lily
Associate Art Editor
JANIE MAE PARRIS
Assooote Art Editor
LORRAINE M. Z1LE
Associate Art Editor
Assistant Circulation Manaqer
Assistant Circulation Manager
Assistant Circulation Manaqer
MARY JANE CROSON
Assistant Business Manaqer
Secretory to Staff
Girls' Athletic Editor
Boys' Athletic Editor
Gertrude Finklestei n 111!
Challotte Cline 11 A
Margaret Yost 10B
Maxink Cardwell 10A
Margaret Corder 9B
Thelma Marstellar 9A
I'ii clip Warner
Mary Jam. Croson
Margaret Kirsch n i r
Adele Joh nson
Lorain e M. Zile
J. T. Wallace
We wish hi take this opportunity to thank the many other students and
teachers who contributed their time and efforts to this edition of the Blue and
Execui i\i Coi nch
Home Room Coi \"< ii
The school year of 1932-33 witnessed one of the mosl worthy
experiments ever attempted in the history of Washington-Lee. It was
the newly created Student Council Association which, under the guid
ing hand of President Frank L. Ball, Jr., lias inaugurated and installed
in the school main- student projects which in previous years were the
The Council was confronted at the opening of the school term
with the huge problem of partially revising the original constitution.
Many cumbersome rules and regulations were replaced by concise and
With the new governing system the members of the Council began
to put forth the student's wishes which have been the true representa-
tion of the VV-1 . boy and girl.
Leaders were called to represent each room section in the carrying
out of its business for the dispersement of its obligations. To perform
competently it required ability, and to succeed required a great per-
severance, all of which was developed in the unusual school year of
The presiding officers of this year's Student Council were:
Frank 1.. Ball, Jr President
William Helms Vice-President
Adele B. Johnson Secretary
1 1 \kui-T Linger Treasurer
Major Roberi C. Rollings Battalion Commander
< \ i • i \ 1 n Harper < Graves Battalion . Idjutant
Captain Kenneth Byrnes Attached to 2nd Battalion
First Lieutenani Bruce Kilgore
Firsi Lieutenant Roberi Mac Vtee
Second Liei i i \ \ \ i Morton Cook tssistant . Idjutant
Second Lieutenani John II. Rixse, Jr Supply Officer
Sergeani John Roberts Sergeant-Ma >t
Sergeani Frank Holford Color Sergeant
Sergeani Norman Sims Color Sergeani
Si RGi \\ id Brunner Supply Sergeant
i i i "A"
I i MO Legg ( a plain
* Iordon Singhas First Lieutenani
W ii i i am I lii. Ms First Lieutenant
Earl Wiltshirf Second Lieutenant
< (). "B"
Frank L. Ball, Jr Captain
Louis Schroff First Lieutenant
V-h ton Thompson Second Lieutenant
Os< \k IVMi'inin Second Lieutenant
CO. "I "
\\ VRREN I >ODD Captain
Russell Chewning Second Lieutenant
Fred Utterback Second Lieutenant
Charles Bra Second Lieutenant
I'm i i. i. ii' Shreve First Lieutenant
Russei i Springer Second Lieutenant
Joseph Francis Second Lieutenant
Arlington Babcock Second Lieutenant
I i:!it\ f\ e
The Cadet Corps
The Cadet Corps, which is now in its seventh year of existence, is
composed of a staff, two uniformed companies, one non-uniformed
company and a hand.
The Girls' Auxiliary was increased to two large companies, at the
beginning of the year and has a full Battalion Staff.
In April, 1932, the Cadet Corps accompanied by the Girls' Auxil-
iary, attended the Ninth Annual Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester,
Virginia where they were awarded a silver loving cup for the second
prize in the Military Schools Division.
In May, 1932, a competitive drill between George Mason and
Washington-Lee was held at Alexandria. George Mason was victor-
In June, 1932 the Sixth Annual Cadet Banquet was held in the
school cafeteria. Several distinguished guests were present including
some former Cadet and Auxiliary officers. The Cadet Officers were
accompanied by their Honoraries.
On September 30, 1932, tin' Corps attended the Piedmont Dairy
Festival at Manassas, Virginia, where they were awarded First Prize in
the School Participation Division.
On Armistice Day the Corps gave an exhibition drill in Clarendon.
The 1st Platoon of Company "B" was awarded a silver loving cup
in Platoon Competition.
The Corps participated in the Inaugural Parade in Washington,
I). C, on March 4, 1933.
The Corps has attained its present high standing through the un-
tiring efforts of Lieutenant Colonel C. S. McNeill and to the whole-
hearted and loyal co-operation of the officers and members ol the en
\ ( 0MPAN1
< I OMPANY
The Cadet - Auxiliary
Sadie Williams Sponsor
Captain Kenneth Byrnes Director
Major Helen Bragg Battalion Commander
Mary Lee Tidlkr First Lieutenant
Second Lieutenant Catherine Donaldson Idjutant
Sergeant Rebe< < a I Iknslky Sergeant-Major
Eloisk Sunderman Captain
Dorothy Moreland First Lieutenant
Adelaide Howser Second Lieutenant
Margaret Kirs< hneb Captain
Ruth Yates First Lieutenant
< iladys Burroughs Second Lieutenant
The Cadet-Auxiliary is now in its third year with one hundred and forty
full-fledged patriotic spirited girls sponsored by Miss Williams, directed by Cap-
tain Byrnes, and led by Major Bragg.
The organization has grown from one Company of three platoons lead by a
Captain to a Battalion of two Companies with four platoons led by a Major.
In September a regulation was put into effect which makes it necessary to
maintain a certain scholastic record in order to hold a commission.
Qn November 11. 1932, the auxiliary participated in the Armistice Day Cele
bration. Another event of great interest held in the fall was the Dairy Festival
at Manassas. Virginia. The auxiliary took an outstanding part in this. On
February 25, 1933, in spite of rain, one platoon acted as an honor guard for a
Memorial Tree planting at the high school.
On March 4, 1933 the entire Battalion participated in the inaugural parade
and won commendation.
Preparation is now being made for the second animal Cadet-Auxiliary Show
which will help defray the expenses of the Cadets and Auxiliary to the Winchester
Apple Blossom Festival where they have always won recognition for Washington-
Lee and the Blue and Gray.
'I" Company — First Platoon
'I" Company — Second Platoon
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LA FLEUR LES COLEURS
Fleur de Lis Rouge, Blanche et Bleu
M. |ack Beaman Le President
M. Thomas Houchins Le Vice-President
M. Sterling Sw art Le Secretaire
M i.i.i-.. Charlotte Kline Le Tresoricr
I.' intention <ln cercle francais est do mener ses membres dans uncontact plus
])ics aves les coutumes des Francais. Le cercle tache d'etudier Irs evenements en
France. Les membres sont deja alles a l'Eglise francais et a la Contestation In-
ternationale ( )ratorie.
The Latin Club
Debemus, possumus, volumns
Ruth Smith Consul
Teddy Brown Praetor
William Flynt Scriba
Rowland Schulte Quaestor
Lee I 'age Vigilia
Ida [eanne Dagger Censor
M rss Allen Sponsor
If you should happen into one of the meetings of the Romani Hodierni, you
might sec some phase of Roman life and customs being enacted, or you might
even hear the singing of "Three Blind Mice" in Latin!
The club is divided into two "teams," which alternate in putting on pro-
grams, thus offering plenty of competition. These "teams" and their "principrs"
change every two months. They plan programs which furnish the unusual combi-
nation of a good time as well as a profitable one.
The Freshman Dramatic Club under the direction of Miss Ruff had for the
first term officers :
Celeste Dorney President
Gertrude Smith Vice-President
Ka in i-.rine RuCKER Secretary
Margaret O'Neii Treasurer
Tin- Sophomore Dramatic Club under the direction of Mrs. Corcoran had
the following officers :
Virginia Darsey President
Francis Hudt Vice-President
1 1 elen I [arold Treasurer
Constance Rollins Secretary
Under the leadership of Miss Knight, the funior-Senior Dramatic Club has
been organized. It selected for its first term officers:
Virginia Rees President
Dorothy Duffin Vice-President
( 'n \ki.oTTK Xi:ai Secretary
I >orothy Marcel Treasurer
The U>L Commercial Club
Wayne Melvin /'resident
Luelva Mateer Vice-President
Margaret Jane Reed Secretary
Geraldine Fixx Treasurer
( rORDON Beale Serge ant -at- Arms
Miss Eva L. I [arbaugh Faculty . Idvisor
The purpose of the Commercial Club is to interest pupils in commercial sub-
jects and to afford an opportunity for mental and social improvements. The
officers of the club are elected at the beginning of each semester by the members
of the club. They must serve efficiently and to the best of their ability. The
first half of the club period is devoted to business and the last half to entertain-
ment. The club is divided into two groups, each headed by a chairman and these
groups provide entertainment alternately for each meeting. Our programs are
devoted to the study of the lives of great men and their contributions to the bus-
iness world, debates on current topics, and many other interesting commercial
subjects. The club is very ably directed by Miss Eva L. Harbaugh who is very
much interested in the work of the commercial department.
-M. J. R.
( DOMESTIC SCIENCE)
Mildred I )ewey President
Gladys Burroughs / r ice-President
Esther Stuart Secretary
Esther Furr Treasurer
Miss Firebaugh Faculty . Idviser
"Serving others is serving God"
Blue and White
1 1 \ \ B \i hwin
Vivian Bi rrouc.h
I >oi i.\ Byrni -
M vim is Byrnes
\l \i Burner
\l \RG VR] I ( WAHY
\l VRG VR1 I I OZZ1 N -
Catherine Don \ldson
Bernici Fr \\ k
Susie II unter
I (oris Loveless
Polly Maui. hum
1 .1 \ \ Massie
I - . I i l I II M ERCH \\ I
M YR \ \\ II I I I I Nc.TIlN
I )oroth N \\ ISI
SlBYLE Mul I I I I
]\i i ii Money
MARJORIE I\l ■ V vol DS
i ,i vdi - Stre i ton
First Aid Club
To train hoys and girls to give first aid treatment promptly and intelligently
when emergencies demand it.
"11 V study to serve"
Miss S. Williams Girls' Sponsor
Margaret Yost President
Marie Milks I 'ice-President
Marie I )ewey Secretary
Thelma Shelton Treasurer
Edna Lee Unruck Sergeant-at-Arms
Rachel Tabor Chairman of Program Committee
Miss C. Wheeler Boys' Sponsor
Richard Strickler President
Crandal Mateer / 'ice-President
Bernard Marcey Secretary-Treasurer
Walter Wiseman Sergeant-at-Arms
Charles King Chairman of Program Committee
The Science Club
"To investigate is to Serve"
Roger Montague President
Wesley Williams Vice-President
Nancy Knox Secretary
Edwin Dale Treasurer
Carl Stevens Sergeant-at-Arms
The Science Club, sponsored by Mr. Christie, was organized in 1930. The
purpose of the club being to further the interest in the study of the various
scientific subjects taught here.
This year we have had regular meetings each week in which we discuss
different phases of the three sciences: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Interest-
ing reports concerning recent findings in the scientific world are given and in-
structive experiments are carried on which explain certain parts of these sciences.
The work of this club is very interesting, as evinced by the many students
who have chosen this as their extra curriculum activity, our membership this year
being the largest since the organization of the club. This club not only affords an
enjoyable hour, but also a beneficial one, broadening our knowledge ot what is
going 011 in the scientific world.
Senior Qirls' Qlee Club
Eloise Sunderman President
Margaret Myers Vice-President
Dorothy Thomas Secretary-Treasurer
Harriet Linger Reporter
The Senior Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Booker did good
work during the past year. Besides working up a repertoire of songs, the club
built up its music library with club dues. It became federated under the Virginia
Federation of Music Clubs. The girls of the club participated in a number of
programs in the course of the year. The success achieved this year in part
singing, which the girls did exclusively, indicates what might be done by the
group if more time could be allotted for the club work.
First Semester Second Semester
President Elmo Legg Fran k Good
/ 'ice -President Woodman Harris Clayton Lon<;
Secretary-Treasurer Otis Bunch J. T. Wallace
Faculty . Xdviser ami Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. O. L. Drivkr
The W-L Club of '32 and '33 is more prosperous than it has been in the
past. It started off with more pep and enthusiasm than it has experienced in the
|>ast years. .Mr. O. L. Driver, faculty adviser of the club, has given many points
as to our real purpose and it is largely through his efforts that we have managed
to be a more up and going club. The club has endeavored to belter athletics in the
school, and to create a greater interest among the students. The club stands up for
athletics and the part they play in the school.
On March 31. 1933 a dance was given by the W-L Club, at Windsor Arms.
This proved to be a great success.
i )ne hundred
The Monogram Club
Due to the expansion of girl's activities, the Monogram Club lias Keen or
ganized under the able leadership of Miss Wheeler.
Our Monogram Club is comprised of such chilis as the Hockey. Hiking,
Basketball. Swimming and Tumbling Clubs.
Class hockey teams have been established and the games are filled with /est.
Members of the Hiking Club hike to points of interest each week.
The Basketball Tournament aroused keen competition between the home
Those who are in the Swimming Club enjoy a dip weekly.
One hundred one
The Journalism Club
Wadk Bromwell President
Austin Kiplinger. . . . Vice-President I )orothy Bea< ii Secretary
( rEORGE McCloskey Treasurer Oscar Pumphery. .Sergeant-at-Arms
The [ournalism Club was founded with the primary purpose of establishing
a newspaper in our school. Its functions arc to carry on the business oi the
newspaper as the advisory board or as a stage between the Staff of the paper and
The club, under the supervision of Miss ( )rndorff, lias been a decided factor
in the development and progress of "Crossed Sabres," the school publication.
Another aim of the Journalism Club is to help those interested in Journalism
as a vocation and attempt to further their knowledge in this field. It is hoped
a course of journalism will be added to the school curriculum in the near future.
This will be a wonderful asset, as many of our members are interested in extend-
ing their future into this field, and it will prove to he a decided opportunity for
those choosing this type of work as a vocation.
—Wade Brom well.
One hundred two
Bible Study Club
Lyman Richardson President
Mildred Shockey / 'ice-President
Lois Tucker Secretary
Dorothy Spitler Treasurer
Mr. Jones Faculty , Idviser
"To know the word, to live the word, and to make it known."
The aim of the Bible Club is to imbibe a little of the "excellency of the knowl-
edge of Jesus Christ our Lord"; to catch somewhat of His ministering spirit ; and
to promote good fellowship among the student body.
In addition to a discussion of the theme of each book, individual members
present papers on the outstanding characters.
The meetings are opened with devotional exercises led by members of the
The organization has an enrollment of twenty-nine.
One hundred three
Debating and Oratorical Club
Plan your work, work your plan Lily of the Valley
Smith Rucker President
Jane Henderson / 'ice-President
Peggy Rucker Secretary
Elizabeth Ball Treasurer
Harold Gouldman S erg eant-at- Arms
((Mix Rixse Newspaper Representative
The club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ransom and Mr. Junes, made a
name for itself this year. It had the honor of having some of W-L's best debaters
and orators on its roll, and made a good showing in the < >ratorical contest in
March. Maxine Cardwell was winnner of the first district finals, Eunice < rreen
winning second and Peggy Rucker third places, respectively. < >thers who won
recognition were: lane Henderson, Patricia Daue, John Rixse. Edwin Scheid.
and Bank I )avies.
i )>ie hundred (our
Virginia Jones President
Ellen Turner / 'ice-P resident
Ruth Huna ki-.r Secretary
Vernon Spates Treasurer
Jean Goodrich Sergeant-at-, Inns
The senior art club, under the direction oi Miss Brauer, lias been progressing
wonderfully. Each person contributed a poster advertising the Junior Operetta,
and the results were splendid. The members are now busy dyeing scarfs, hand-
kerchiefs, and designing jewelry boxes. Let us hope the club continues to keep up
the good work.
i >ne hundred ji . e
Under the able direction of Marie Malott, the orchestra has progressed
rapidly. The boys and girls have shown a keen interest in their work and have
co-operated to the fullest extent with their sponsor.
The orchestra lias had many opportunities to show its talent. It will close a
successful season by furnishing the music for the Annual Cadet and Senior Class
shows. Previously, the organization was much in evidence at the Oratorical
C ontesl and other entertainments of the school. The generous applause at all
these functions was well deserved.
In addition to the regular Tuesday Club meetings of the group, a smaller
orchestra of five pieces has given its time for the enjoyment of the Student body.
This group has played for the dances held in the gym every other Friday at lunch
time. Considerable financial help has been given to several of the school organiza-
tions by the money made at these dances.
Judging from the fine attendance and applause at all of its appearances, the
orchestra believes it has had the whole-hearted support of the faculty and student
body during (he year, and this has been greatly appreciated by every member.
Such encouragement has been a big factor in the success of the organization.
One hiimlrrd si:
IDashington^Lee Qirl Reserue Officers
Anna Jane Pence President
Lorraine Hack Vice-President
KATHERINE Wood Secretary
Beatrice Teller Treasurer
< Ioi.da Mae Sutton Social Servu e Chairman
Marie Loos M usic Chair man
Virginia Johnson Hobby Chairman
Marcaket Yost President
Kitty Manby Vice-President
KATHERINE FlTTS Secretary
Milmae Floyd Issistant Secretary
Ruth Smith Treasurer
Ida Jeanne Dagger Social .Service Chairman
Rachel Tabor Social Chairman
Lillian P.oswell Publicity Chairman
Dorothy Spitler Music Chairman
Mae Siiikkey Council Representative
Claudia King Sergeant-at-. Irms
Slogan — "To face life squarely."
Purpose — To find and give the best.
One hundred seven
The Industrial Arts Department
Allen Dickey President
Jimmey Smith Vice-President
Chick Darr Secretary-Treasurer
Charles Jones Sergeant-at-Arms
I \< K Carrington Student Council
Edwin Malcolm First Semester Foreman
Ray Wheeler Second Semester Foreman
The Industrial Arts Class is made up of twenty-rive workmen selected from
the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes, under the direction of C.
W. Albee, Architect from Buffalo, New York.
The members of the Industrial Arts Class have a home-room of their own
convenient to the shop, therefore they are always able to discuss things of interest
to the group in general.
The work of the class is concentrated on woodwork of all descriptions. Two
days a week for one hour the members study blue print reading and architectural
drawing, reproducing both. They also have a designated time to study shop
science, which includes kinds, ways, manners, and uses of wood. Exterior and
interior painting and the ways of preparing and applying them are given due
Each day of the school week the members spend two hours with their tools.
When one begins a project he is expected to finish it and buy it for his home
or leave it in the school to be sold to someone in or outside of school, unless the
project is for the school.
Each year this class studies and works on house constructions by building
models of each complicated part and by working on a full si/e house used tor the
( )n,- hundred eight
Gordon Singhas President
Ellison Galloway Vice-President
Margaret Kirschner. Secretary
William Selby Treasurer
Mr. Richardson Faculty Adviser
Nineteen hundred and thirty-three marks the first year Washington-Lee High
School has ever organized an athletic association.
The club has over five hundred members and has sold approximately five
hundred athletic tickets. Through Mr. Richardson, the Faculty Adviser, they have
planned and accomplished main things. The purpose of the Athletic Association
is to promote school athletic activities and bring about better co-operation among
the supports of various athletics and to stimulate better school spirit among the
One hundred ten
Football Team 1932
Oct. 5— Central 6 W.-L. 20 Nov. 4— Hopewell 21 W-L
Oct. 14— Eastern 14 W-L Nov. 11— Alexandria 6 W-L
Oct. 21— Fredericksburg W-L 2 Nov. 18— Nat. Training 18 W-L 6
Oct. 28— Culpeper W-L 1 (Forfeit) Nov. 24— Charlottesville 21 W-L
The football season of 1932 opened with six letter men reporting, and about
forty boys having very little, if any, experience. The team was not as heavy as
the teams or the past, but it was a lighting outfit. Louis SchrofF was captain, and
his fighting spirit was an inspiration to the other members. Injuries in the early
season games seriously handicapped the team for the major games coming later in
One liundrcd clcirn
basketball Squad 1933
Reading from left to right:
Front — E. Marcus, J. Kaminsky, F. Good, Captain, R Dorcey, Joe ll'alLu,
Second — E. Legg, C. Long, I. Williams, O. Bunch
Rear — John Wallace, Manager, I. Bone, ivir, Lewter, Coach
The Washington-Lee basketball team closed its season with the best record
in the historv of the school. Led by its diminutive but speed}' forward and cap-
tain, Frank Good, it was ever on the aggressive and in all contests gave an excel-
lent account. Although, somewhat handicapped by the illness of its star center,
I '.one, and guard, Legg, the team carried on with a large degree of success. The
most important victories of the twenty- four-game schedule were against Freder-
icksburg, its old rival, which had not before been defeated in basketball by Wash-
ington-Lee on its home floor; the strong Hopewell quint, and 1 lyattsville, one of
the runners up in the Maryland State Championship.
Coach Lewter is quite enthusiastic over the prospects for next year. There
are mam promising players from last year's squad available and great things are
hoped for in the way of basketball from these lads.
i hie hundred twelve
Baseball for 1932
The 1932 baseball season opened with only six letter men reporting. Between
forty and fifty other aspirants supplied enough material for two teams. The first
squad, comprised of about eighteen players, received its coaching from Mr.
Driver, while the second squad, with about twelve members, was supervised by
Those who constituted the first team were as follows: infielders, Archie Via,
Joe Eaton, Edward Wilson, Elwood Clements. Wilson Tolford, and Charles
McQuinn; outfielders, Otis Hunch. Joe Via, William Eaton, James Dew, Franklin
Good, and Orlando Birch; pitchers, Pierce Bragg and Otis Printz ; catchers,
Ellison Galloway and Jack Williams.
The team had very little success, but tried hard all the time. The attendance
at the games was good, when the location of the diamond is taken into account.
When the season closed, eight letter men remained for the coming season. The
schedule was as follows:
Washington- Lee 8
Track For 1932
Track season for 1932 opened at W-L early in March. Due to the absence
of adequate facilities the track team was little more than a vailant attempt, how-
ever, under the splendid coaching of Mr. Richardson the squad practiced reg-
ularly. Gordon Singhas was elected Captain with Bob Rollings as manager.
Two meets were held during the 1932 season, the first was a dual meet with
Episcopal High School at Episcopal. Episcopal was victorious. However, W-L
made a good showing under the circumstances.
The second meet was a triangular meet with Alexandria and Hyattsville, at
Alexandria. The meet was very, very close between W-L and Alexandria for first
place. Alexandria finally won out by copping the Relay Race, which was run last.
Pierce Bragg, Elwood Clements. Clayton Long, and Clif Potterton were the
outstanding performers of the season. Each one was awarded a monogram, as
were also Solomon Iskow and Bob Rollings.
One hundred thirteen
11R Intkkci.ass Basketball Champions (Boys)
111', [nterci vss Basketbali Champions (Girls)
One hundred fourteen
Freshmen and Junior Hockey Teams
(iirls' athletics have taken on a broader aspect during the past year with the
introduction of the Monogram Club, under the able leadership of Miss Wheeler.
A more varied program of physical education lias been developed by this club
which is divided into many athletic groups. Swimming, basketball, hockey, tumb-
ling, and natural dancing are some among the many activities that the j^irls may
participate in. For each division a specified amount of points are awarded toward
a Washington-Lee Athletic Emblem.
It has been hoped that this system of awards may result in a more widely
indulgence in sports on the part of the skirls of W-L.
One hundred fifteen
Sophomore and Senior Basketball Teams
Freshmen \\i> Funior Baski ihu.i. Ti \m-
One hundred sixteen
Swim ming Club
Junior and Senior Hockey Ti \m
One hundred seventeen
1 1 iki.vi, Club
Tumbi in'. Team
< hir hundred eighteen
GROCERY STORE SONGS
LEMOX call you sweetheart.
OLIVE you truly.
( AROTlina moon.
In a little SPINACH town.
We won't TURNIP till morning.
LETTUCE talk about my sweetie.
You were MINT for me.
The one I love just can't he BUTTEKcd
\\ EENIES spring time in the Rockies.
There's one thing I would like to know:
Why is a ship a "She?"
Perhaps because it passes up
The buoys upon the sea.
Cop: "Who was driving when you hit
Drunk (triumphantly) : "None of us. «>■
were all in the back seat."
"Where did you get those big, tender,
"Oh," the sailor replied, "they came with
Any R. O. T. ('. officer: "But I am at
attention sir. It's only the uniform that i-
Sweet Young Eemme : "I think it was
perfectly sweel of you to bet on that horse
because it had the same name as mine."
The Swain: "It had the same habit too.
It got there half an hour late."
"Nice blind on the window. \\< ■"
"Who paid for it, Vbe?"
"The customers, Isaac "
"The customers. How is thai'"
"Yes Isaac. I put a little box on tin
counter for the Blind,' and they paid for it."
Overheard in a fraternity house:
Diner: "Hey, there's no turtle in this
Steward: "No, and you won't find any
horse in the horseradish."
Ex-Mid.: "Dad do you remember the
story you told me about how you were
kick.-d out of college?"
Dad: "Sure, why?"
Ex-Mid.: "Well, isn'l it funny how his-
tory repeats itself?"
And the Germans named their ships
after jokes so the English wouldn't see
St. Peter: "How did you get here?"
Dot M.: "Flu'"
Senior: "Run upstairs and get my watch."
Frosh : "W ait a while and it will run
Senior: "No, it won't; we have a wind-
Men's suits, we are told are to "burst out
in pastel, plaids, stripes, and checks this
spring." What we are worrying about is a
suit that may burst out in plain flesh color;
this would be distinctly out of style.
Mrs. Malott : "Really, Buddy, your hand-
writing is terrible. You must learn to
Buddy: "If I did, you'd find fault with
Miss Orndorff: "Who can give me a
sentence using the word 'insulate.' "
Dot: "At the breakfast table Ma said
to Pa: 'How come you got insulate?'"
Dannie: "This liniment makes my arm
Howdy: "Why not nil' some on your
Bobby: "Ma, when I bathed this morn-
ing I found onlj a nailbrush in the bath-
room. I can't wash my back with a nail-
Mrs. Steele: "Will you've got a tongue
in your bead, haven't you?"
Bobby: "Yes, but I'm no swan."
Is Folsom (-"itch
Yt i In mi ned his car
Into a ditch.
Bob l\ : "What was all the fuss about
down in fronl of the Fox yesterday?"
Wade: "Two Scotchmen were trying to
get m on the same ticket on the grounds
that they were half-brothers."
Eloise : "Methuselah was nine-hundred
Woodie : "What happened to all id his
birthday and Christmas presents.'"
Miss Wheeler: "What did you find out
about the salivar) glands'"
Adelaide: "I couldn't find out a thing,
they're too darn secretive."
Mosquito: "Why are you making such
Ditto: "Whoopee! 1 passed the screen
One hundred nineteen
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SPORTING GOODS \
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| Phone Metropolitan 4132 Washington, D. C. j
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THE. . .SIGN. . .OF. . .QUALITY
Breyer Ice Cream Co.
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
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H. L. HINES
UNIFORMS and C I V I L I A N CLO T HES
1704 G Street. Northwest Washington, D. C.
COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR UNIFORM MAKER
One liuiulrril twenty
C O M P L J M E N T S
K S S L V X
Phone— Clarendon 1708
BREYER'S ICE (REAM
Magazines — Cigars — Newspapers
Novelties — Popcorn
KODAKS and FILMS
Columbia Hardware Company
M. L. Malone and S. M. Smith
H— A— K— I )— W— A— R— E
( UTLERY ... I' VINTS . . . OILS
VARNISHES . . GLASS
Telephone: Clarendon 495
Arlington : : Virginia
Where Friends Meet
Prescriptions Toilet Articles
WADREX [CE ( lit. AM
Wait. km.w's Pens
Whitman's, Elmer's and Fannie May
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Falls Church Phone 10
P R E S C R I P T I O N I S T S
The Arlington Pharmacy
Arlington ----- Virginia
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LAMBERT ICE and FUEL
( OAL . . . WOOD .
GENERAL HAULING and MOVING
Bellaire and McKinley Ave.
Ballston, Va. Phone: Clar. 640
One hundred tzventy-one
GIFTS i Arlington County Dairy
: P— U— R— E
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| M— I— L— K
HUNTS Produced, Pasteurized, and Bottled
\ in Virginia
24 Wilson Boulevard - , , i .-•
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Clarendon :: Virginia z i„ , , , ,„,
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Clarendon 1171 = Health Permit No. 5077
INDIANAPOLIS ...... INDIANA
DESIGNERS and MANUFACTURERS or
SCHOOL and COLLEGE JEWELRY
INVITATIONS, MEDALS and TROPHIES
JEWELERS TO WASHINGTON AND LEE HIGH SCHOOL
Reserve Hill Farm
QUALITY SERVICE = Office Phone : Clarendon 1776
The Colonial Printery h i a t [ N G
H. C. MESSNER
MULTIGRAPHING 455 South Spruce Streel |
i : Clarcnd in Virginia \
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< )ne hundred twenty two
Virginia Ice & Fuel
COMPLI M E NTS
Thos. J. Crack, Proprietor
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
F R E S H M E A T S
FEE!) . . . HAY . . . GRAIN
I 'hone : I Clarendon 54
924 Wilson Boulevard
CO M PL! M EN TS
ERNEST M. SHREVE
C II E R R Y D ALE
V I R G I N I A
( )ffice :
VICTOR FLOWER SHOP
Mrs. R. B. Belfield k. 11. Atwill
Manager . tsst. Mgr.
7M Ninth Street Northwest
\\ ashington, D. C.
Washington. Virginia and
Maryland Coach Co., Inc.
619-12th Street. N. W.
I 'Ik me : National 7397
ARNOLD () P E RATED
Virginia Auto Supply Co.
L. V Schroff, Proprietor
KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
TYDOl. GAS and VEEDOLOIL
,\( ( ESSORIES
18 Wilson Boulevard
One hundred twenty-three
CO M 1* L I M ENTS
L. C. SMITH
the HOME NEWSPAPER 01
A R L I NGTON
Robem 1. Black, Publisher
C— O— A— L
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P— A— I— N— T— S
Over 150 Colleges
and Universities were
represented at Strayer
an annual enrollment
of 1 400 students.
NEW HOME OF
L.OLLEGE-GRADE courses offered to high
school graduates and college students in
Secretarial Science, C.P. A. Accounting and
Straver College of Accountancy has been
licensed by the District Board of Educa-
tion to confer the B.C.S. and M.C.S. degrees
and is under the direction of C. Vaughan
Darby, Secretary of the Board of Account-
ancy for the District of Columbia.
Placemen! Service is maintained to assist graduates
of the college in obtaining responsible
F Street at THIRTEENTH
GEORGE M. YEATMAN
PAINTS . . OILS . . GLASS
SI- I- DS .
1 and 6 Garrison Road, C larendon, \ a.
Phone: Clar. 2244
J. F. GENTRY
s u p p lies
[( K CRE \M
Idjoining the High School Grounds
One hundred twenty-four
I I I..M I I.M.M.I •
H. C. Blackman and J. E. Baker
36 East Wilson Boulevard
Phone : Clarendon 7 1 1
BREAKFAST DINN E R
\\ A F F L E S BUTTERCAKES
Toasted Sandwiches Our Specialty
We Deliver Orders of $1.00 or More
— C ASH
M. S. GINN & CO.
300 National Press Bldg.
W a s li in ° t o n. I ). C.
American Drug Stores, Inc.
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TOY and NOVELTY
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Peoples State Bank
bra x c ii iis
BALLSTON and ARLTNGT( >X
WALLACE and MONROE
PHARMACIS I S
Cherrydale : Virginia
East Falls Church, Virginia
mi i i n i ii
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ROY S. BRADEN
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Makely Motor Company
Easl Falls Church, Virginia
Fairfax Sanitary Barber Shoppe
33 Wilson Boulevard
( larendon : Virginia
Falls Church Beauty Shop
Katie S. Eccles
Phone: Falls ( hurch 599
One hundred twenty-five
Blanch Tabor, M. D. G. C. Stafford
John Lipscomb Mr. and Mrs. II. \Y. Benton
Dexter Hussey Joseph Mitchell
J. L. Wacksmuth Ray Marcey, Groceries
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Shockey Mary Stevens
AULD LANG SYNE
Loraine Branson 1930 Mary Phelps Lipscomb 1930
Elsie Mae Finneli 1928 Arthur Belfield 1930
Raymond Leighty 1932 Esther Murray 1930
Frank Lewis Myers 1931 Solomon Iskow 1932
Graham and Ogden
Realtors and Insurers
803 King St., Alexandria, Va. - - - Phone: Alex. 1300
313 Woodward Bid-.. Washington, D. C. Natl. 3689
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DESIGNERS AND ENGRAVERS OF BETTER, ANNUALS
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